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“Little Horribles” a great new web series by Amy York Rubin and Awkward Black Girl creator Issa Rae

TweetAmy York Rubin and Awkward Black Girl creator and executive producer Issa Rae debuted the web series “Little Horribles” this week.  The first episode titled “Sexual Activity” explores the world of Amy as she makes less than stellar dating decisions and suffers through painfully awkward, yet hilarious, moments after she has sex with someone new. [...]
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Friday Feminist Fuck You: Hunter Moore

TweetThis is Hunter Moore. When he was broke and sitting on his parents’ couch in Sacramento, he founded the now-defunct site Is Anyone Up so he and his buddies could “post pictures of girls we were fucking at the time.” It grew to be an infamous “revenge porn” site where users submitted nude photos of their exes before [...]
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Quick hit: Very few ladies in the Daily Beast/Newsweek Digital Power index

Tweet Your morning dose of sexist #realtalk comes from a new list at the Daily Beast/Newsweek media conglomerate that tries to map out digital power. According to their digital power index–women have almost none. It must be because so few of us even know what an internet is. Oh, wait.  Notable: Zero women are digital visionaries, [...]
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What is SOPA? Or, what’s up with the internet today?

TweetSOPA is the Stop Internet Piracy Act, also known as HR 3261. It was introduced late last year and it aims to fight online trafficking of copyrighted material. So, you know that episode of Downton Abbey that you watched on Sidereel last week? If you’re in America, SOPA would make it illegal for Google to [...]
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Quick Hit: Wikipedia Feminism Project

Tweet Perhaps in an attempt to address the issue that Maya wrote about earlier this year, the lack of women editors contributing to Wikipedia, there is a Wikipedia Feminism Project: Wikiproject Feminism. It looks like an incredible resource both for information about feminism, but also for feminist users of Wikipedia. Via Deanna Zandt Tweet
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