When Babe published a first-person account of a young woman’s awful sexual encounter with actor Aziz Ansari, one she later interpreted as sexual assault, many considered it to be crossing a line in the #MeToo movement. In this perspective, the transgression into the private sphere of dating led to a multitude of other women’s supposedly… Read more →
Amy M. Hay
Amy M. Hay teaches history at the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley. She studies the links between public health, gender, and activism. Her manuscript, Fighting the Deadly Fog: Agent Orange Herbicides and the Global Community, examines protests over the use of Agent Orange herbicides and is under review at the University of Pittsburgh Press. Outside the university, she enjoys reading science fiction and fantasy, watching TV and going to movies, traveling, and observing the human condition.