Tag Archives: NFL

Quote of the Day: James Brown on toxic masculinity

Tweet I don’t know anything about football, but I have a vague sense of what kinds of things TV sports anchors tend to discuss when a big game is about to start. And it usually doesn’t include toxic masculinity. Yesterday, right before Ray Rice’s team, the Baltimore Ravens, played the Pittsburgh Steelers, CBS anchor James [...]
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Daily Feminist Cheat Sheet

TweetYup, pretty much. The police violence we aren’t talking about. “Rape victims act like victims,” and 17 other false myths about sexual assault. The NFL updated its domestic violence policy. Some thoughts about what it means. Let’s get more statues of women in New York’s Central Park. Why Senator Gillibrand doesn’t need to name names. [...]
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The Feministing Five: Wade Davis

Tweet2014 has been a pretty significant year when it comes to LGBT rights and sports. Starting with the Sochi Olympics and continuing to Michael Sam’s draft as the first openly gay NFL player, this year demonstrates a continued shift in how sport communities become more inclusive of LGBT folks. Obviously though, there is still an [...]
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Daily Feminist Cheat Sheet

TweetBurn the pink jerseys: The NFL’s violence against women problem. On our way to Gilead. On the anti-contraception nurse who sued a family health clinic for refusing to hire her. Get ready for Backlash Book Club! In shift, NYC is quickly settling big civil rights suits. How to shave half your head. Tweet
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Weekly Feminist Reader

Tweet Who has the right to self-defense? On the decriminalization of condoms as evidence of prostitution in NYC, and why it really matters. Lupita Nyong’o is only the 9th black woman to be on the cover of Vogue. The Obama administration has no plans for leniency for unaccompanied migrant children. On Sally Ride: “To be first is [...]
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