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Feministing Readz: Insel

TweetYou could probably count on one hand the number of novels that have taken up great platonic male-female friendships as their theme. The republication of Mina Loy’s Insel, by Melville House Publishing’s Neversink Library this past May, is a refreshing, challenging, and brilliant addition to this intimate pantheon. Loy’s only novel, Insel is the portrait [...]
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“Understand intersectionality, know your privilege, and don’t be a dick.”

TweetI’m totally in love with this ”embroidery for the ignorant” collection from Mo Makes Things. h/t Bitch Tweet
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Who would attend your dinner party?

Tweet If you’ve never had a chance to get to the Brooklyn Museum to check out the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for feminist art–make sure you try and check it out. It is one of the only art spaces dedicated specifically to curating feminist thought and achievement. I’ve gone a few times and former editor [...]
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