Autonomy: The Ubyssey's Sex Issue

In a time where we can longer hug, touch or even stand less than six feet away from one other, what does autonomy look like in the context of the greater good?

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The most compelling thought about autonomy that I was exposed to in my undergrad was during a conversation about chlamydia.

I thought that people would at least make an effort to get to know me, especially if our personalities seemed to match. But all they saw was a short, not-skinny girl of Chinese descent.

Most women of colour will tell you how every time they start getting that gross feeling in their stomach, one of the first things that pops into our minds is the question: “But what if they don’t like (insert ethnicity)?”

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