Monthly Archives: July 2010

Mad Men Midweek Fix: Public Relations

TweetMad Men Mondays is dead. But never fear, your Mad Men Midweek Fix is here! The Feministing crew has decided to be more realistic about our schedules this year, so now you can jump back into your Mad Men geeking out with us midweek! During the fourth season of Mad Men Feministing writers will offer [...]
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Netroots Nation 2010: Wrap-up

Tweet I attended the fifth annual Netroots Nation Conference last week in Las Vegas Nevada. I didn’t do any liveblogging because I didn’t think anything in particular would be interesting to you all, but I did do a few video interviews that I will be posting eventually (after I edit and make transcripts!). I wanted [...]
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Breaking: Parts of Arizona racial profiling law struck down

TweetVia MSNBC: A judge has blocked the most controversial sections of Arizona’s new immigration law from taking effect Thursday, handing a major legal victory to opponents of the crackdown. The law will still take effect Thursday, but without many of the provisions that angered opponents — including sections that required officers to check a person’s [...]
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Elizabeth Hasselback thinks lesbians are just man-deprived

TweetIt just amazes me that Elizabeth Hasselback is actually allowed on television. The Advocate brings attention to a recent show at The View where a discussion ensues about women coming out of the closet later in life. Hasselback’s explanation? That older ladies simply don’t have any men to choose from, so move on to women [...]
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Review: The Kids Are All Right

Tweet Like Chloe, I love me a good romantic comedy. Unlike Chloe, though, I don’t usually analyze them. I watch them as an escape, as a distraction, as entertainment. Sometimes though there are movies that just require commentary. Usually it’s because the movie has some how moved into the realm of “actually about me” in [...]
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