Katha Pollitt says: “No, Erica Jong, sex is not passé.”
Get these dudes some jerseys.
Nona Willis Aronowitz explains why she wishes she’d never gotten married.
On the push for domestic workers’ rights in India: “What we really need is an acknowledgment that the work we do in a household is important.”
Three girls sweep the top awards at the Google Science Fair.
Danielle B of the Fbomb interviews a member of the Westboro Baptist Church.
“For every dollar a white household earns, the average black household earns only two cents.” Melissa Harris-Perry discusses the racial wealth gap.
s.e. smith on Harry Potter and the inaccessibility of 3-D films.
There are only 9 feminist bookstores left in the U.S.
An interview with Noor Jahan Akbar, the young woman who organized the anti-street harassment march in Afghanistan this week.
Reminder: The championship World Cup match between Japan and the U.S. is today at 2:45 EST. Get excited by watching this video on repeat.
What have you been reading/writing this week?