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Happy 200th anniversary, Pride and Prejudice

TweetJane Austen’s famous novel Pride and Prejudice was first published on January 28th, 1812, 200 years ago today. While Austen’s work isn’t exactly an experiment in radical intersectional rebellion, she was a proto-feminist thinker who created independently-minded female characters, identified obstacles that kept other women from writing, and paved the way for female writers after [...]
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The Best and Worst of the Golden Globes

TweetLast night everyone in the world (read: everyone I follow on Twitter) watched the Golden Globes, which promised to be an important event for women in entertainment with Amy Poehler and Tina Fey hosting and a bunch of talented ladies nominated. In case you had better things to do than watch (read a book, take [...]
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The personal is political: Our feminist new year’s resolutions for 2013

TweetEd note: This is the last in a series of posts summarizing the year in online feminism and looking forward to 2013. View the most highly trafficked posts of the year here, check out some of our favorite in-house posts here, and click here to view our favorite posts of 2012 from around the Internet.  Check out our resolutions for 2013. [...]
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Feministing reads: Our favorite blog posts from 2012

Tweet In a series of posts summarizing the year in online feminism, we’ve already detailed the most heavily trafficked posts on Feministing in 2012, and highlighted some of our favorite posts that may not have gotten the most pageviews but still warmed the cockles of our feminist hearts. Now it’s time to give others some shine. Without further [...]
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5 ways to celebrate World Population Day

TweetFriends, today is World Population Day. According to the UN, World Population Day is observed every July 11th to “reaffirm the human right to plan for a family” and to encourage “activities, events and information to help make this right a reality throughout the world.” I work within the UN system and these kinds of [...]
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