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“Most of us [twentysomething women] aren’t scrambling to lock down boyfriends by age 25 — we’re busy building our careers.”

A lengthy but important read on the relationship between “dick culture” and “rape culture”.

Why I don’t do Christmas.

On defending (and critiquing) Beyonce: “She’s not a perfect feminist (none of us are), she still has a way to go (most of us do), but she is certainly a feminist.”

THEMthe first trans* literary journal, debuts:  “I would like THEM to be a place where that narrative can be upset—whether by exploring other stories or contextualizing the familiar ones.”

“Most of us [twentysomething women] aren’t scrambling to lock down boyfriends by age 25 — we’re busy building our careers.”

A lengthy but important read on the relationship between “dick culture” and “rape culture”.

Why ...

Weekly Feminist Reader

Queen Bey has spoken.

This holiday season, help Just Detention International remind sexual assault survivors that they’re not alone.

There have been 26 school shootings — yes, 26, — since Sandy Hook.

A tenured professor in Colorado was forced to retire after giving a lecture on prostitution.

Beyond Eve Ensler: What should organizing against gender violence look like?

Queen Bey has spoken.

This holiday season, help Just Detention International remind sexual assault survivors that they’re not alone.

There have been 26 school shootings — yes, 26, — since Sandy Hook.

A tenured ...

Weekly Feminist Reader

Madiba walks with us.

An in-depth look into one of Chicago’s thriving business markets: heroin.

The formidable Ta-Nehisi Coates on Alec Baldwin, language and bigotry.

Sorry Twitter, we’re not going to pat you on the back for appointing ONE woman to your board.

Moms on wall-street, dads at home: marriages that experiment with the intersection of money, work, family, and power.

What isn’t there to love about Kristin Wiig

Madiba walks with us.

An in-depth look into one of Chicago’s thriving business markets: heroin.

The formidable Ta-Nehisi Coates on Alec Baldwin, language and bigotry.

Sorry Twitter, we’re not going to pat you ...

Daily Feminist Cheat Sheet

How you can fight and tweet against rape in the military 

House Speaker John Boehner thinks LGBT Employment Protections Are ‘Unnecessary’. And they say Republicans are out of touch, bigoted and homophobic.

And here’s a great example of why the gays are just fine without any protections whatsoever: Indiana hospital defies federal law and bars woman from seeing same sex partner

a high-ranking Indian policeman wishes women would just enjoy rape.

Meet the nun who is taking on the Drug War.

This prominent Israeli rabbi thinks women shouldn’t drive.

How you can fight and tweet against rape in the military 

House Speaker John Boehner thinks LGBT Employment Protections Are ‘Unnecessary’. And they say Republicans are out of touch, bigoted and homophobic.

And here’s a great ...

Weekly Feminist Reader

bell hooks and Melissa Harris Perry sat down for a chit chat and it was amazing.

Hollywood’s use of LGBT characters to make a point.

Living up to a code of masculinity in the NFL.

On behalf of women whose thighs touch.

Fuck yeah tomboy flower girls: no tights, no dresses, no ruffles.

Most of the sellers on Etsy are women and many make less than $100 a year.

bell hooks and Melissa Harris Perry sat down for a chit chat and it was amazing.

Hollywood’s use of LGBT characters to make a point.

Living up to a code of masculinity in the NFL.

On behalf ...

Weekly Feminist Reader

Ann’s gender-reversed parody: A response to Emily Yoffe.

Breast cancer stigmas in Uganda.

“When does an Academic become a Whore?”

Spike Jonze and Her: Who are we writing out of the future?

Apparently, women aren’t equal when it comes to corporate crime.

Oh that’s me. That’s us, that’s us, that’s me, thank God, that’s us.”

Ann’s gender-reversed parody: A response to Emily Yoffe.

Breast cancer stigmas in Uganda.

“When does an Academic become a Whore?”

Spike Jonze and Her: Who are we writing out of the future?

Apparently, women ...

Weekly Feminist Reader

 

Disney undermines a heroine in 4 steps.

Edie Windsor, patron saint of modern love.

“By August, all they could talk about was Tinder.”

Malala wants to be Prime Minister.

Ohio’s new abortion restrictions cross the line of legality.

The hidden war against gay teens.

The government shutdown will hurt survivors of domestic violence.

And The Feminist Hulk shares some thoughts about the shutdown, too.

Twitter, get your shit together.

The ACLU is investigating roving border patrols.

Janet Yellen’s steep path to the Fed.

“Ze”: The CW’s new show will center around a trans* character.

The she-covery that wasn’t.

The law that’s creating cultural change in California.

 

Disney undermines a heroine in 4 steps.

Edie Windsor, patron saint of modern love.

“By August, all they could talk about was Tinder.”

Malala wants to be Prime Minister.

Ohio’s new ...

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