Tag Archives: Twitter

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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Why feminists need to demand a more diverse Twitter

TweetYet another day, yet another reveal that the demographics of a large tech company are, well, pretty much what we thought they were — heavily male, mostly white. Yesterday, Twitter announced that its workforce is 70 percent men to 30 percent women, as well as 59 percent white, 29 percent Asian, 2 percent Black, and 3 [...]
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Feministing Follow Friday: Inanimate objects and a bird

Tweet Yesterday was a pretty rough day for anyone who cares about abortion access. So, for this week’s Feministing Follow Friday, in honor of self-care and in recognition of the fact that everything is the worst, here are Twitter accounts by/about four inanimate objects and one bird. They make me feel a little better. Tweet
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Not Oprah’s Book Club: Motherland Fatherland Homelandsexuals

TweetI first came across Patricia Lockwood’s second book of poetry, Motherland Fatherland Homelandsexuals, through this week’s internet buzz. The buzz is everywhere: a New York Times Magazine profile, condescending New Yorker and square Slate reviews, and an article in The Toast on the unsubtle heterosexism of said all male-authored reviews. Even after reading the book [...]
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Feministing Follow Friday: End Abortion Stigma, Vol. I

Tweet Watching Obvious Child, we were struck by the power of opening up conversations about reproductive decisions. Here are five activists, organizers, and projects working to end abortion stigma. Tweet
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