Interesting profile of the founder of Jimmyjane vibrators who’s aiming to make vibrators as well-designed as iPods.
Conservatives have it backward: “Teen motherhood is much more a consequence of intense poverty than its cause.”
What does a feminist look like? (According to Shuttershock.)
Jennifer duBois on writing across gender: “I don’t think it’s terribly controversial to note that women, from a young age, are required to consider the reality of the opposite gender’s consciousness in a way that men aren’t.”
Nate Smith’s “hot rom comedy white guy” impressions are hilarious.
Maybe don’t take advice about HPV from Girls, ok?
Sci-fi author John Scalzi tries to explain straight white male privilege to dudes who have it without using the word “privilege.” Plus, a good follow-up interview with Scalzi at Colorlines.
This is important: new federal guidelines for prison rape prevention include protections for LGBT and gender non-conforming people.
Anna Breslaw slams comedians like Tina Fey, “whose ‘nerdy’ onscreen persona and adamant faux feminism masks a Thatcherite morality and tendency to slut-shame.”
Iranian female soccer fans have been banned from attending live men’s games since 2006, but there’s hope that may change.
Melissa says, “I like fatties.”
What have you been reading/writing/learning/watching this week?