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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.

Oh Joy Sex Toy: Get Tested!

Oh Joy Sex Toy is a weekly comics series that graphically explores sex and sexuality. This week: getting regularly tested is part of being a considerate, responsible sexual partner.

“Now More Than Ever, We Need to Keep Up the Battle": A Conversation with Feminist Director Rachel Talalay

With decades of experience and institutional knowledge, Talalay has seen the film and television industries at their best and their worst.

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: When Was the First Time You Felt Represented in the Literature You Consumed?

Today we're reading about John Berger, judges, and the House GOP.

New Music Monday: Alsarah & The Nubatones: '3roos Elneel'

Nubian tradition meets Brooklyn cool in Sudanese singer-songwriter Alsarah's latest project, Alsarah & The Nubatones. 

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: North Carolina is No Longer a Democracy

Today we're reading about Trump times, dystopia, and abortion access.

Mother Load: Mourning Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher

The beauty of watching Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher’s relationship is seeing how human it was. Beyond all the opulence and newsworthy drama, there was nothing all that unique about it. Their relationship was like all of ours: We love our mothers as much as we can’t stand them, and when our daughters separate from us we feel like we can’t live.

Carrie Fisher Was the Inconvenient Narrator We Needed

Carrie Fisher’s well-earned reputation for uncomfortable—even, sometimes, unwelcome—endeared her to audiences in both her fictional and nonfictional roles.

Oh Joy Sex Toy: Appearances by Mady G

Oh Joy Sex Toy is a weekly comics series that graphically explores sex and sexuality. This week, Maddy G. shares their personal story about body image, identity, and beauty.

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