feminism, neurodiversity, trauma

Ableist micro-aggressions

How to be an ally to an autistic person (part 1) Autism is a neurological difference. It’s a lifelong developmental disability that is different for each autistic individual. It is estimated that about one in 160 people is autistic, though numbers differ highly as not every autistic individual has an official diagnosis.[1] Support for our […]

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essay, feminism, mental health, racism, trauma

Collective responsibility

An essay by a philosophy student. I’ve always been very interested in collective responsibility. I spent my days last summer reading about transformational justice, both as a response to mass incarceration as well as to (sexual) abuse.  I was hoping that that in some of my philosophy courses we would use history and theories to […]

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feminism, LGBTQ+, poetry, sexualities, trauma

Lgbtqiap+

You don’t like all those labels and flags. You find it extremely overflowing. It makes you roll your eyes. You don’t understand why I cry because of what you say. You say I can just be a U, unique. Everybody can be a U. You say I don’t need labelling to be myself. You say […]

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feminism, trauma

Open Letter to the Vice-Rector

In this post we included a shortened version of the open letter. The full version can be found through this link. An Open Letter to the Vice-Rector of Student Affairs Dear. Professor Feys, We, as UNDIVIDED, are writing to you because we are concerned that there is a severe problem regarding KU Leuven’s approach to […]

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feminism, trauma

#TryHarder Leuven

Launching #TryHarder Leuven Campaign Violence, sexual harassment, discrimination and bullying are ubiquitous phenomena in every social setting. Universities are no exception to this rule, and neither is the KU Leuven. However, they often fail to address these issues. UNDIVIDED received multiple stories about KU Leuven failing to address acts of unacceptable behaviour, such as sexual […]

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feminism, review

Márta Mészáros – NINE MONTHS

TRIGGER WARNING. This film analysis deals partly with consent and its negative in the sexual sphere. The last thing I want to do, is to bring discomfort by claiming potentially unjustified generalisations about consent. Therefore, I want to emphasise that the content of this analysis comes from my own perspective and I am very open […]

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essay, feminism, mental health, trauma

Borderline Personality Disorder: Inside My Mind

“I lost my goddamn mind…it happens all the time.” – Falling in Reverse, The drug in me is reimagined. So, borderline personality disorder. Commonly known as BPD, often confused with bipolar disorder (also commonly known as manic depression). I only know about bipolars in a superficial psychology level, but I know for sure that one […]

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essay, feminism, trauma

Narcissism in Art

“Understanding both sides”: empathy or cruelty?                                 Waking up on the 25th November, Domestic Violence Awareness Day, and upon seeing all of the usual Facebook posts about people telling women “they are not alone”, that support exists, that violence is not tolerated, I sighed. Women are alone. But then I thought of it, and everyone […]

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