Tag Archives: intergenerational dialogue

Electras talk back: Jennifer Baumgardner

Tweet We’re appreciative to Jennifer Baumgardner for adding her two cents to end our week-long series  in response to Susan Faludi’s recent Harper’s article. In the late 1990s, Phyllis Chesler wrote a book called Letters to a Young Feminist. It really rankled me at the time, in part because I was part of very large [...]
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Let’s leave my momma out of this.

TweetIn response to Susan Faludi’s recent Harper’s article, we at Feministing are doing a go around of feedback from different folks. This is my reaction to the piece, you can read Courtney’s and Miriam’s as well. When I hear people use phrases like “women’s movement,” I get all confused, because both through academic training and [...]
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A movement has got to move.

Tweet I’m adding my thoughts in response to Susan Faludi’s recent Harper’s article. Courtney began our series yesterday, with this response. I just got to the end of the piece, and it’s almost impossible to leave it feeling anything but sadness and maybe some anger. For someone who positions herself outside of the waves of [...]
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