Feminism (Part 2): Photo Essay


In an effort to reverse the stigma surrounding feminism, this photo essay features a few students who, when prompted with the definition “feminism is the belief in political, economic, and social equality of the sexes,” identified as feminists. The students here are only a small percentage of the feminists in the school, and those photographed were chosen at random.  This piece is an addendum to the article “Feminism (Part 1),” and is meant to visually reinforce the idea that feminism at Latin is not only present, but popular and powerful.     DSC_0200DSC_0216 DSC_0253 DSC_0238 DSC_0217 DSC_0247 DSC_0230 DSC_0235 DSC_0212 DSC_0203DSC_0237 DSC_0199 DSC_0202 DSC_0194 DSC_0195 DSC_0198 DSC_0227 DSC_0207 DSC_0225 DSC_0222 DSC_0201DSC_0221 DSC_0220 DSC_0254 DSC_0251 DSC_0248 DSC_0249 DSC_0243 DSC_0242 DSC_0241 DSC_0244DSC_0211 DSC_0215 DSC_0246DSC_0196DSC_0239DSC_0193DSC_0236 DSC_0234 DSC_0229 DSC_0240 DSC_0252DSC_0233 DSC_0232 DSC_0250DSC_0228 DSC_0214 DSC_0209DSC_0245 DSC_0218 DSC_0231  DSC_0197 DSC_0226 DSC_0213 DSC_0210 DSC_0206 DSC_0223DSC_0219 DSC_0208 DSC_0205 DSC_0204   ]]>