Weekly Feminist Reader

What the tech industry has to do with the future of health.

We still don’t have a good way of talking about pursuing friendship.

The dangerous transphobia of Roald Dahl’s Matilda.

“When I fully burned off the anxiety inherited from my mother’s unlived life.”

How the rise of men’s rights activists are hurting women and men.

Everyone is tired of white people on TV.

How jock culture supports rape culture.

“What’s it take to get a black boy to college?”

What the rise of Catholic hospitals means for your access to care.

How to protest in the age of austerity.

Removing soft-core porn mags from the shelves: progress?

Branding feminism: this feminist is not excited about The Book of Jezebel.

Teach for America is the next political powerhouse.

What’s going to happen to historically black colleges?

“So would it have all been different if it had been the Lehman Sisters?”

The aesthetic politics of filming black skin.

Not all millennials are white and privileged.

Jay Smooth and W. Kamau Bell on hip hop and homophobia.

“Growing up in Ghana I would feed off the cultures presented in my books, unconsciously devaluing my own.”

Single mothers rejecting the politics of their peers.

Turning to tribal nations for gay marriage.

And some gay couples who choose to say “I don’t”.

“‘Caring about the poor’ is, in fact, the elephant in the room when it comes to the anti-abortion movement.

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

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