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Kent Wired

Katie Hnida, the first woman to ever score in an NCAA Division 1 football game, speaks in the Student Center Ballroom on Wednesday, Oct. 29, 2014 about her experiences with sexual harassment and rape. Hnida played for The University of Colorado Boulder after a successful highschool career as a kicker, but after constant sexual harrassment left the team and ended up at The University of New Mexico, where she made NCAA history.

Former female college football player discusses gender inequality in sports

Jamie Brian October 29, 2014

Katie Hnida, the first woman to play Division I college football, told students about her struggle with harassment on and off of the field in the ballroom Wednesday night.“I grew up a huge football fan,...

Carley Hull is a senior magazine journalism major and a columnist for The Kent Stater. Contact her at chull9@kent.edu.

Opinion: Potty-mouthed princesses let FCKH8 cash-in, but message still resonates

Carley Hull October 29, 2014

Society has a new viral feminist voice in FCKH8.com’s “F-Bombs for Feminism: Potty-mouthed princesses use bad words for a good cause,” video by FCKH8.com. Featuring girls around the ages of 6 to...

Richie Mulhall is a junior multimedia news major and the sports editor for The Kent Stater. Contact him at rmulhal1@kent.edu.

Opinion: “F-Bombs for Feminism?” I think not

Richie Mulhall October 29, 2014

Little girls swearing in front of a camera is no way to promote feminismWhat the f?%# is wrong with society?Last week, FCKH8.com released a video called, “F-Bombs for Feminism: Potty-mouthed princesses...

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