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Weekly Feminist Reader

Yes, being a woman makes you poorer.

The Navajo Nation Council has voted against the Washington NFL team name.

Life as an invisible queer.

The 71 other companies (besides Hobby Lobby) who don’t want to cover your birth control.

More mothers are staying at home.

Same-sex marriage is legal in Iowa, but a lot of people still aren’t on board.

Yes, being a woman makes you poorer.

The Navajo Nation Council has voted against the Washington NFL team name.

Life as an invisible queer.

The 71 other companies (besides Hobby Lobby) who don’t want ...

California children can now have more than two legal parents

Big news in California: Governor Jerry Brown signed legislation on Friday that will allow children to have more than two legal parents.

Sen. Mark Leno (D-San Francisco) said he authored the measure to address the changes in family structure in California, including situations in which same-sex couples have a child with an opposite-sex biological parent.

The law will allow the courts to recognize three or more legal parents so that custody and financial responsibility can be shared by all those involved in raising a child, Leno said.

“Courts need the ability to recognize these changes so children are supported by the adults that play a central role in loving and caring for them,” Leno said. “It is critical that judges have the ability ...

Big news in California: Governor Jerry Brown signed legislation on Friday that will allow children to have more than two legal parents.

Sen. Mark Leno (D-San Francisco) said he authored the measure to address the changes in family ...

Polyamory: we’re not doing it wrong

I’m 25, and I identify as polyamorous. It’s an important identity for me because it helps me deconstruct and contextualize the relationships I’ve had in the past, and acknowledge the relationships that I currently have. A recent title by Julie Bindel, “Rebranding polyamory does women no favors”, caught my attention. It was a well informed piece that successfully conveyed Bindel’s skepticism with the practice’s newfound popularity. But as  a young person, among other things, I had some serious issues.

Bindel makes her point early on when she asserts:

“…the co-opting and rebranding of polygamy, so that it loses its nasty association with the oppression of the most disadvantaged women, is as irresponsible as suggesting that because some women chose to ...

I’m 25, and I identify as polyamorous. It’s an important identity for me because it helps me deconstruct and contextualize the relationships I’ve had in the past, and acknowledge the relationships that I currently have. A recent ...

Pedagogy of the Undressed: It’s Poly Time!


Hello and welcome to another installment of Pedagogy of the Undressed! This week, we’re going to explore the wild and exciting world of polyamory!

So I have a question about polyamory. My cismale SO and I just decided to open up our relationship. I have my OKCupid account and I’m pretty excited about an upcoming date. My question is mostly what are the guidelines? I don’t want to hurt any feelings. I don’t know how open I should be with my peers. If my SO is seeing someone who is also in an open relationship, where will they have sex? Do I have to be comfortable with strangers in our bed to be GGG? 

Thanks!

Pondering open lifestyle 

So, for folks ...


Hello and welcome to another installment of Pedagogy of the Undressed! This week, we’re going to explore the wild and exciting world of polyamory!

So I have a question about polyamory. My cismale SO and ...