Amy Coney Barrett’s recent confirmation as a justice in the Supreme Court is a paramount example of new leaders entering office with dismissive views on progressive topics, such as bodily autonomy. The conservative views that accompany these new leaders has made it even more difficult to progress as a nation and — more specifically — progress as a gender.
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I think we can all recall sitting in an elementary school classroom as our teachers passionately preached “violence is not the answer!” As 10-year-olds, it is understandable that we could not quite comprehend what the phrase truly meant. The word “violence,” undeniably vague, carries immense baggage. Is violence slapping your friend lightly on the arm for confiscating your cookie in the cafeteria? Or is violence burying a handgun in your backpack and hopping on the yellow school bus. Ironically, the place that we learned the mantra “violence is not the answer” became a breeder for the most violent of them all: shooters.