Tag Archives: love

Feminism, once again, blamed for, well, everything

Tweet [Ed note: Lori and Courtney don't like to take on pop-psychology by themselves. It gives them the heeby jeebies, and runs a high risk of inducing anger and/or exasperation. So they decided to team up to debunk this faulty logic. The result is the below post. Enjoy.] Courtney: While blatantly hocking his new book, [...]
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Anne of Green Gables: radical love activist

TweetAs I mentioned a few weeks ago, I’m currently re-reading the Anne of Green Gables series, by Lucy Maud Montgomery (on my last trip home to Sydney, I read the entire Twilight series, so this is a vast improvement). I’m about half-way through Anne of the Island, the third book. Anne is eighteen and has [...]
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Quick Hit: Are you an undergrad with something to say about love?

Tweet The New York Times is hosting their annual Modern Love college essay contest. In the spirit of Ann’s last post, you should write! If you have a personal story that illustrates the current state of love and relationships, e-mail it to us at essaycontest@nytimes.com. The winning author will receive $1,000 and his or her [...]
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Single ladies remix

TweetAnother guest post from the truly talented J. Victoria Sanders. Revolutionary uprisings and mancessions not withstanding, it’s fascinating that the true epidemic of the 21st Century has become the fact that there are single women in the world who just don’t give a damn about marriage. God help us if people all over the world [...]
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A few thoughts on the nature of feminist lovin’

Tweet As much as I resist a commercialized expression of love, I can’t resist an opportunity to reflect on the nature of it. Valentine’s seems like a bit of a provocation, eliciting my feminist commitment to reclaim and reframe all those hearts, roses, and tired cliches in favor of a radical, conscious, and liberatory love. [...]
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