What We Missed

Gloria Steinem on why Occupy Wall Street matters for women.

At Salon, Irin Carmon looks back on a year of anti-choice activity.

At GOOD, Jill Fillipovic has a brilliant piece about how two years of online dating taught her to spot red flags in potential suitors. Clue number one: “I’m a nice guy.”

Cecilia Peck, director of the Dixie Chicks documentary Shut Up and Sing, is less than two thousand dollars away from her fundraising goal on her new project, a documentary about former Miss World and rape survivor Linor Abargil. Can you spare a few bucks for feminist media?

Masculinity: too fragile for regular tea bags, muesli or paint.

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Chloe Angyal is a journalist and scholar of popular culture from Sydney, Australia.

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  • http://feministing.com/members/rhian/ rhian

    Is there really any difference between manly muesli and the recent “chick beer”? If one shows masculinity is “fragile,” wouldn’t that imply femininity is as well? To me these things suggest instead that marketers are totally misguided in their gendered attempts to get their products to appeal to a wider audience. In any case I’m going to stick to my manly beer and girly muesli.

  • http://feministing.com/members/azure156/ Jenny Gonzalez-Blitz

    I actually thought “razor burn” was a cool name for that shade of purple. Take that, gender binary!