Originally from New York City, Senti is a recent graduate of Hampshire College, where she majored in women and gender studies and creative writing. Currently, she works as Environmental and Reproductive Justice Fellow with Massachusetts-based progressive nonprofit the Population and Development Program. She likes cozy sweaters, avocados always, and sassy feminist blogs.
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A Simple Street Art Project Is Becoming a Movement to Fight Sexism in Big Cities
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Banning Weddings and Baby Showers Won't Solve Sexism
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The Biggest Regret 20-Something Women Have About Their Sex Lives
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The Sexist Double Standard For Orgasms
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Thinking You Can't Get Pregnant In Your 20s is An Illusion, Study Finds
One Woman's Radically Honest OkCupid Experiment Exposes the Truth of Online Dating
Would You Confront Your Street Harasser?
Maryville Rape Case: How the Internet Intervened, Saved the Day at Steubenville 2.0
How a Viral Piece On Male Sexual Assault Can Help Survivors
How Feminists Punked 'Playboy'
Shocking Women Everywhere, Hanna Rosin Declares Patriarchy Dead