Tag Archives: Events

Awesome upcoming event: Momentum

TweetIn about two weeks, I’m heading down to Washington, DC to participate in a conference that I’m so freaking excited about. It’s Momentum: Making waves in sexuality, feminism and relationships. It’s two days of panels and presentations about a hundred different aspects and iterations of sexuality, with a list of amazing presenters as long as [...]
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Ladies who tech at SXSW and beyond

TweetIt’s that time of year where I run off to nerdy spring break in Austin, TX to hang out with geeks and eat breakfast tacos. This year the feminist offerings of SXSW are extensive–the conference just gets more and more progressive every year. If you are going to be at SXSW try some of these [...]
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Girl Talk: A Trans & Cis Woman Dialogue

Tweet I am ridiculously excited to announce that I’ll be participating in this year’s Girl Talk: A Trans & Cis Woman Dialogue. Here’s the info about the show: Queer cisgender women and queer transgender women are allies, friends, support systems, lovers, and partners to each other. Trans and cis women are allies to each other [...]
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Guest post: Why you should save your nickels for this year’s Women in Comedy Festival

TweetLane Moore is a comedian and writer for The Onion, Jezebel, and Ms. Magazine. You can and should follow her on Twitter at @hellolanemoore. You know how people are always talking about women in comedy? Like, all the time. Like, CONSTANTLY. Like, they weren’t really doing it before so now gender is something we have [...]
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#Occupyvday: Love, protest, movies and whiskey

TweetIt’s a little bit ironic–I have committed my last year to writing about how relationships and the romantic industrial complex are given too much import in the lives of women and this move has made Valentine’s Day a mega event in my own life. I have spent so much time focusing on how we can [...]
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