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BitchTapes: Women Fighting Pipelines

The Music Director of CFUR radio in British Columbia curated this mix of songs by women who use their platform to protest Big Oil and support water protectors everywhere.

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: New year, same White Feminism

Today we're reading about I Am Not Your Negro, Puccini, and Diego Luna.

Popaganda: Fembots

From Metropolis to Westworld, female robots have always played out complicated power dynamics onscreen. In this episode, filmmaker and professor Allison de Fren walks us through the history of female robots onscreen in movies like The Stepford Wives, Ex Machina, and Her and how their stories revolve around issues of power and control. Then, for you...

Exciting Things Are Coming to the Screen in 2017

11 movies and television shows set to take 2017.

Hey, Media: Here Are 10 Things We'd Like to See Less of in 2017

New year! New day! An era filled with brightness, promise, and...oh, wait, Donald Trump. It's a good time to toss some irritating journalistic trends into the dumpster as we clean house for the new year.

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: The California resistance

Today we're reading about punk, doulas, and Eric Holder.

Translating the Universe: Remembering Trailblazing Astronomer Vera Rubin

In a field known for arrogance, Rubin was hungry for answers, not adulation.

Loamlands Makes Folk Songs for Punk Hearts

Loamlands, with its ’70s-rock guitar and pastoral imagery, has given Register a platform from which to write songs about queer life and history.

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: Lindy West on Leaving Twitter

Today we're reading about the NAACP, the House GOP, and Megyn Kelly.

Bad Things Milo Yiannopoulos Has Done, In Case His New Publisher Cares (Just Kidding, They Totally Don't Care)

While I wish this book deal was a stunt, a mainstream book publisher actually believes Yiannopoulos’s words are worth publishing.

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