The blog’s mission is to stimulate conversation among the Barnard community about health, bodies, gender, sexuality, current events, culture, food, pleasure and desire, identity, politics, diversity, and feminism. With our peer educators and staff as regular bloggers, and invited faculty, staff, student groups and alums as featured “guests,” we’ll exchange ideas and opinions about wellness–the intimate, the local, and the global. We hope to take on controversial and potentially difficult topics, grow some activism, have some fun, and build the Well-Woman community online.
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1. The views expressed on the blog are those of the individual writers, not of Well-Woman or Barnard College. Well-Woman staff do not edit peer educator or guest blogs (see below for our very “official” disclaimer).
2. The Well-Woman blog is a space for exchanging ideas and opinions, not for providing medical advice. Barnard students with specific personal health related questions, please contact Well-Woman or Primary Care. All other readers, please contact your health care providers.
We hope to create a community here that is not afraid to discuss difficult and controversial issues. That said, we will not tolerate hate speech or personal attacks, and reserve the right to delete comments containing either.
(Very) Official Disclaimer
Barnard College does not control, monitor or guarantee the information contained in this blog or information contained in links to other external web sites, and does not endorse any views expressed or products or services offered therein. In no event shall Barnard College be responsible or liable, directly or indirectly, for any damage or loss caused or alleged to be caused by or in connection with the use of or reliance on any such content, goods, or services available on or through any such site or resource.