Sara Adams @adamssa ?active 12 months ago
If you support a presidential pardon for Manning, please sign Amnesty International’s petition:
(The petition still refers to Manning as “Bradley” because it was posted before her announcement.)
Sara Adams commented on the blog post Why are teenage rape survivors being driven to suicide? 1 year, 4 months ago · View
In George Sand’s Horace the “ruined women” is still the heroine. I wish this book was taught as widely as Pride and Prejudice.
Sara Adams commented on the blog post Anne Marie Slaughter: I wrote this article as the next step towards equality 1 year, 10 months ago · View
The last few lines of her article were really troubling “We may need to put a woman in the White House before we are able to change the conditions of the women working at Walmart.” What is this? Trickle down feminism? I think we need to be talking about the working conditions for the women [...]
Sara Adams commented on the blog post What Katie Roiphe gets wrong about “Fifty Shades of Grey” and fantasies of sexual submission 2 years, 4 months ago · View
correlation does not equal causation! just because a BDSM book is popular when women have more equality does not mean it’s caused be women having more equality.
This article originally appeared on queerfeminsim.com. Two recent Jezebel articles raise serious questions about the website’s perspective on mental illness. Jezebel’s always been a hybrid of feminism and tabloid-esque gossip, and sometimes this is effective, and sometimes It’s not. But with two recent Jezebel blog posts focused on people living with mental illness, the latter is clearly at the expense of [...]
Sara Adams wrote a new blog post: Glee: only the sane and “beautiful” have ex-lovers 2 years, 7 months ago · View
(This post originally appeared on blackbookcv.com) This season, Glee has focused more on the love lives of guidance counselor Emma and Coach Beiste. At first I was glad that two of my favorite characters were getting more screen time. I’ve always been thrilled that Glee included both a main character with OCD, and a badass female football [...]