Weekly Feminist Reader

“Oklahomans brag that theirs has become the reddest state.”

Living with breast cancer at 26.

The difference between Malala and Nabila.

The 5 billion dollar food stamp cut is reverberating across the country.

“A wall is just a wall. It can be broken down.”

Ethnic media has been overlooked.

An extremely important announcement.

Dolce & Gabbana, racism, and outrage.

Women in construction face dangerous sexism.

Lady Gaga, Taylor Swift, Sandra Day O’Connor, Marissa Mayer, Beyonce, Dita Von Tesse.

Everyone is Gay’s The Parents Project needs you.

Gillibrand vs. McCaskill: two Senators (both Dems) compete for Pentagon bill on sexual assault.

What percent of older women are satisfied with their with body image?

A 20-week abortion ban shouldn’t even be on the table for debate.

Reading can help end prejudice, racism and bigotry.

Women in conflict zones: putting women back in the frame.

Eleven queer artists you should know.

How does Obamacare impact WOC and women in prison?

A call for cisgender action.

Immigrant detainees have no Plan B.

There is so much more to queer justice.

Is the STEM crisis a myth?

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

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One Comment

  1. Posted November 3, 2013 at 2:33 pm | Permalink

    A powerful piece about sexual violence as a weapon in the Syrian civil war: http://footnote1.com/raping-a-nation-sexual-violence-in-syria/

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