Tag Archives: #FBrape

Weekly Feminist Reader

Tweet Patrick Stewart answers a fan’s unexpected question. Sex workers engage in democratic political processes. Duh. It’s not just Facebook that has an online hate speech problem. Donate to Transgender Studies Quarterly. Jessica writes about #FBrape as a potential feminist tipping point at The Nation. A letter to the President on the anniversary of Dr. [...]
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#FBrape unleashes the power of the feminist internet

TweetLast week, Katie posted about #FBrape, a campaign to pressure companies whose ads were displayed next to violently misogynistic photos (trigger warning) on Facebook to pull their support until the social media company changes its posting policy. While Facebook still hasn’t responded, #FBrape’s success over the last week shows advertisers shouldn’t mess with the feminist [...]
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Weekly Feminist Reader

Tweet Bey is on the cover of Ms., giving the feminist blogosphere another month to police her feminism and then yell at itself for this policing. Read Kiera Wilmot’s story in her own words. Advertisers can’t ignore the #FBrape campaign. Prosecuting Ariel Castro for murdering a fetus will endanger pregnant women. Kanye raps against mass [...]
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The three companies ignoring the #FBrape campaign

TweetAs was noted in yesterday’s Daily Feminist Cheat Sheet, Women, Action, and the Media (WAM!) launched a great social media initiative on Tuesday, taking on gender-based hate on Facebook. Specifically, WAM and other great organizations are “calling on Facebook users to contact advertisers whose ads on Facebook appear next to content that targets women for [...]
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