Nineteen year old Proscovia Oromait is Uganda’s newest lawmaker.
Apparently men are “going Galt” because feminism won, or something.
The backlash against Mindy Kaling’s new series “only shows why it is so important to have more more voices like hers on television.”
Spectra Speaks on the Nina Simone biopic and racism in Hollywood.
A fascinating history of women in the CIA.
Rush Limbaugh blames “the feminazis” and “the chickification” for
his average shrinking penis size.
Fun fact: To match the Walton family fortune, you’d need to work at Walmart for 7 million years.
That study that found a correlation between sexting and having sex among teens? Not particularly surprising.
Who knew the history of nylon stockings could be so interesting?
We know Naomi Wolf is a pseudo-feminist and now we know she’s apparently a pseudo-scientist as well.
Terry Castle reviews a new book about three “now almost forgotten lesbian women” in the early twentieth century.
Poverty rates are 30 percent higher for women than men in the US.
On American Public Media, a segment about the about women at Newsweek who sued for gender discrimination in the 1970s.
Our own Jessica talks to the Hairpin about her new book.
So apparently Jesus had a wife–and scholars are freaking out.
What have you been reading/writing/watching/learning this week?