Patrick Stewart answers a fan’s unexpected question.
It’s not just Facebook that has an online hate speech problem.
Donate to Transgender Studies Quarterly.
Jessica writes about #FBrape as a potential feminist tipping point at The Nation.
A letter to the President on the anniversary of Dr. Tiller’s murder.
A victim of the New Orleans Mother’s Day shooting will celebrate his 11th birthday in style.
Could you use support on the anniversary of your assault?
TV loves dead teenage girls.
Do Disney Princess movies pass the Bechdel test?
Our politics can’t be risk averse.
Intersectional anti-oppression activism isn’t an academic exercise.
Let’s abandon our intersectional “ultra-feminism” for Michelin feminism.
The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America just elected its first gay bishop.
Anonymous wants to teach rape prevention in schools.
Queens of pop performed in support of women’s empowerment.
A Japanese court has ruled that spouses must use the same surname–which almost always means the man’s.
The first shelter to allow domestic violence victims to bring their pets opened yesterday.
Celebrate Pussy Riot.
Sheryl Sandburg should have spoken up about #FBrape.
Will Governor Brown of California finally sign the Domestic Worker’s Build of Rights?
Incomplete reporting on This American Life perpetuated dangerous myths about Social Security disability programs.
What have you been reading/writing/watching/listening to this week?