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Emma Bauchner

2016-2017 Rising Voices Fellow Emma Bauchner
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Emma Bauchner, 2016-2017 Rising Voices Fellow

Emma Bauchner is a senior at Hunter College High School in New York City. Emma plays piano and sings in two choirs, and loves all things related to music. When she’s not sleeping or procrastinating, Emma also enjoys reading obscure feminist blogs, going to art museums, learning about history, and attempting to play guitar.

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Tongue-Tied

There’s pretty much only one way to make sure your opinions are heard: speaking up. While this might be the best way to get your ideas out there, it's not always easy.

Topics: Feminism, Schools
2016-2017 Rising Voices Fellow Emma Bauchner at Camp

Deciphering the Code

Dress codes. If you’ve been on the internet in the past few years, you’ve probably noticed that teenage girls tend to butt heads with them quite a bit. You may have read about how blatantly discriminatory dress codes are when it comes to gender. You might already be informed about how they contribute to victim blaming, are a form of slut shaming, and reinforce rape culture.  Indeed, dress codes have become a sort-of gateway into feminist thought for teenage girls. For me, they were certainly a rude awakening.

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Jewish Women's Archive. "Emma Bauchner." (Viewed on June 25, 2018) <https://jwa.org/blog/author/emma-bauchner>.

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