Tag Archives: the internet

Who on the Hill is making transphobic Wikipedia edits?

TweetThe internet can do some cool things. For example: @CongressEdits automatically posts every time someone using a Capitol Hill IP addresses changes an entry. On the 18th, the bot posted about two changes to trans-related pages by someone on a House computer: Gender identity disorder Wikipedia article edited anonymously from US House of Representatives http://t.co/z0JXcd04tR [...]
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Photo of the Day: What kind of guy thinks rape is like bike theft?

TweetYesterday’s Quote of the Day was a priceless gem from a Stanford student who told Bloomberg that women need to protect themselves from rape by staying sober, etc., just like people should lock up your bikes. You know. Because that’s an accurate analogy. So who is the type of person who thinks women should find [...]
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The comment section of every article about campus sexual violence ever

Tweet Why didn’t she just report to the police? Rape is a crime. Crimes get reported to the police. How do we know this even happened? Rape isn’t just a crime. Rape steals a woman’s soul and she is deprived of a piece of her heart that she will never again regain.  She will be [...]
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Feministing Follow Friday: Feminist Lawyers, Vol. II

Tweet Last week, in honor of a Very Important Event in National Feminist News (me finishing my last law school final), we put together a list of five feminist legal Twitter accounts for the Feministing Follow Friday. Today we’re back with some more: Tweet
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