Category: Caroline Reilly

Prince Deserved a Good Death

Two years on, Caroline Reilly reflects on Prince's death. Looking back at her own experiences of pain and prescription medication, she finds a clearer picture of this ephemeral man and her heart aches for the way he died, enraged at how badly society failed him both when he was living and after he died.

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The Monster Inside Me

By Caroline Reilly Since I was old enough to go out on my own, my mother has been talking to me about Ted Bundy. In high school, when we had off campus privileges starting in our freshman year, she explained to my 14-year-old self about the serial killer who was good looking, and charming, and…

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On Death, Patriarchy & the Anti-Choice Movement

Death-phobia pervades many a political and social movement, but few have perfected the manipulation of it quite as adeptly as the “pro-life movement.” Their rhetoric invokes death at almost every turn. Aside from the most blatant messaging which explicitly likens abortion to murder, they also invoke death-phobia in the way they legislate abortion. Caroline Reilly is here to tell us more.
 

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