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Simple Answers To Overwrought, Hysterical Questions

Well, sort of. People writing meltdown pieces about the supposed evils of feminism don’t actually ask the questions that their shitty freakouts are based on. Perhaps if they did, they might realize that their fear and anger towards feminism is really misplaced and really, women can be equal to men…

Notes on feminisms past, still relevant today

If you haven't yet, I can't recommend enough the recent Sound Opinions episode on Riot Grrrl, featuring an interview with the marvelous Sara Marcus, who wrote Girls to the Front, a history of the brief period where Riot Grrrl grew, made an impact, and then flamed out dramatically, fueled by…

Friday Genius Ten “Nostalgia” Edition

Jessica Valenti has formally ended her time at Feministing. It’s one of those moments when I get all sentimental, because it’s kind of crazy to think of the journey we’ve all been on. I don’t know how many of you know the whole history here, but when Feministing was started,…

How anti-feminism gets redefined as Real Feminism

Hullabaloo has been all over this excellent post by Dante Atkins, even though I have to disagree that we never see a positive argument for abortion rights. (One of the chapters in my book is titled “Only One Side of the Abortion Debates Wants You to Get Laid”.) But I…

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