Tag Archives: Wednesday weigh in

The Wednesday Weigh-In: Reddit rape thread edition

Tweet*Trigger warning* So let’s talk about that Reddit thread. If you haven’t waded into what is sure to be a highly triggering space, I don’t blame you. But, if you can stomach it, you can check out a condensed summary over at Jezebel. I agree with Katie that it can be useful to hear directly [...]
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The Wednesday Weigh-In: Male birth control edition

Tweet It’s no secret that dudes love to talk about hormonal birth control. But until now, their more direct involvement, namely, being able to take it themselves to effectively prevent against unwanted pregnancy, has been somewhat limited, as there are no options for male hormonal birth control out there just yet. Well to all my [...]
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The Wednesday Weigh-In: Exes Edition

TweetAll human relationships hold the potential for engendering complicated emotions. But in my experience—and that of many of my friends— the relationship between exes can be one of the most complicated and rocky of all. Those of us who have exes may know this all too well. Some days we can feel totally at peace [...]
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The Wednesday Weigh-In: Online Dating Edition

Tweet Online dating. It’s far from an unexplored topic in the feminist blogosphere. We’ve talked before about some of the dangers of online dating.  And over at GOOD, Jill Fillipovic had a brilliant piece about how two years of online dating taught her to spot red flags in potential suitors. (Clue number one: “I’m a [...]
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The Wednesday Weigh-In: Let’s Talk About Birth Control For REAL Edition

Tweet There’s been a lot of talk about birth control lately. But much of the conversation has been centered around politics and policies, and as a result, the realities of birth control usage have fallen by the wayside a bit. Maybe that’s why people like Rush Limbaugh make statements which seem to suggest that their [...]
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