Weekly Feminist Reader

And while we’re on the topic of inspired dance moves

4th trimester bodies.

I am not sex positive.

The pilgrimage to the Toronto Film Festival.

Qahera, a new Muslim Superhero.

This video from the Fat Experience Project might break your heart.

Hell yeah, Canada!

What about gay grandparents?

bell hooks was right.

Dear Western Saviorists.

Trans women, love, and There Will Come a Day.

A family experiments with living in a slum for a month; this reeks of trouble.

Cities, they’re where it’s at y’all.

Looking at the U.S. through teenager’s eyes: My Hometown Is.

“I am one of America’s unlicensed, untrained illegal abortionists.”

Birth control will save the world.

Workplace protections don’t end with ENDA.

Treading lightly on segregation.

Breaking the myth: badass female DJs in electronic dance.

Australia’s new Prime Minister isn’t up to the job.

“When it comes to performers and their shocking behavior, we’re Pavlov’s Dogs.”

1/2 of the deadliest mass shootings happened in the last 6 years.

Good news! Expanded protections for homecare workers.

Yours as much as mine, performed at this week’s TED City2.0.

What have you been reading/writing/watching/listening to this week? 

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One Comment

  1. Posted September 22, 2013 at 11:14 pm | Permalink

    “It’s taken 32 years, but men are finally poised to break through the slow-roasted turkey ceiling. Butterball’s Turkey Talk-Line, a toll-free call center open from early November through Christmas Eve every year, currently employs 60 women to answer frantic phone calls from would-be chefs seeking advice on how to prepare their bird for the holidays. And for the first time since launching in 1981, the Turkey Talk-Line is looking to hire men.”


    It’s about time.

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