Post-Traumatic Stess Disorder in Post-Genocide Rwanda: Part I

Three years after the 1994 Genocide in Rwanda, a young girl was admitted to a medical clinic in Kigali. However, she displayed no physical symptoms. She reported feeling nausea, the sensation of insects crawling on her face, a strong smell of feces, increased agitation/fear, and vivid flashbacks of being attacked by men. “For months she… Continue reading Post-Traumatic Stess Disorder in Post-Genocide Rwanda: Part I

Breaking The Bathroom Binary

After Target’s transgender bathroom policy and North Carolina’s bathroom bill, bathrooms are the current battleground where liberals and conservatives alike fight for their values. The liberal side argues that everyone deserves the right to use the bathroom that matches his or her gender identity rather than biological sex, while conservatives counter that this opens doors… Continue reading Breaking The Bathroom Binary