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Feministing Follow Friday

Welcome to our first installment of Feministing Follow Friday! Every week, we’ll suggest five bad ass feminists to follow on Twitter. Nominate others in the comments for next week’s list.

Welcome to our first installment of Feministing Follow Friday! Every week, we’ll suggest five bad ass feminists to follow on Twitter. Nominate others in the comments for next week’s list.

Photo of the Day: Janet Mock and bell hooks

Last night, Janet Mock met bell hooks and the angels sang. Mock wrote on her blog:

Went in with bell hooks about black womanhood, gender policing, trans women of color, desire, self-love and so much more during our intimate conversation at Ohio State University It was organized by the Office of Diversity and Inclusion and the Multicultural Center and titled, “Gender Policing & the Politics of Defining Womanhood.”

Last night, upon our first meeting, I gave bell my book Redefining Realness, and she surprised me at breakfast this AM by having read the entire book. She actually read passages to the audience! It was a transformative experience for both of us, as black women from different generations ...

Last night, Janet Mock met bell hooks and the angels sang. Mock wrote on her blog:

Went in with bell hooks about black womanhood, gender policing, trans women of color, desire, self-love and so much ...

Watch now: Mychal talking about DJ Mister Cee

Don’t miss our own Mychal on HuffPost Live in a few a minutes discussing the DJ Mister Cee “scandal” with Feministing favorites Laverne Cox, Janet Mock, and Mark Anthony Neal. For background, read Janet’s excellent piece on the subject first.

Don’t miss our own Mychal on HuffPost Live in a few a minutes discussing the DJ Mister Cee “scandal” with Feministing favorites Laverne Cox, Janet Mock, and Mark Anthony Neal. For background, ...

Quick hit: Janet Mock on the issues facing the black trans* community

Over at The Root, Janet Mock,  a well-known trans* activist, has an interview up where she discusses a number of issues facing black trans* people:

How can a trans woman of color get a job if it is not safe for her to step outside her home — if she’s blessed enough to have a home? If she can’t change her gender markers on her ID because she doesn’t have access to funds that would allow her to file that paperwork, or her state doesn’t allow her to change her documents? If she doesn’t have access to affordable health care that would allow her a safe, monitored transition? If she’s stopped, questioned and frisked because she’s profiled as a sex ...

Over at The Root, Janet Mock,  a well-known trans* activist, has an interview up where she discusses a number of issues facing black trans* people:

How can a trans woman of color get a job if it ...

Potts

Weekly Feminist Reader

Three teens have been arrested for raping Audrie Potts, who killed herself in September. Check back in for more on Potts tomorrow from Maya.

Janet Mock is the Racialicious Crush of the Week!

Girls — and later women — decide not to run for office because they don’t want to be unlikeable, not because they are lacking leadership qualities.

Swiss bank punks men on “Equal Pay Day.”

Mia McKenzie of Black Girl Dangerous on “accidental” racism.

The Canadian police have reopened Rehtaeh Parsons’ rape case in the wake of her suicide. And Parsons’ dad demands change in a heartbreaking essay.

India’s anti-rape movement: redefining solidarity outside the colonial frame.

Despite protests of his “violently misogynistic ...

Three teens have been arrested for raping Audrie Potts, who killed herself in September. Check back in for more on Potts tomorrow from Maya.

Janet Mock is the Racialicious Crush of the Week!

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