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Right on Time: Regina Spektor's Latest Album was Worth the Wait

Spektor is as much if not more of a storyteller than a pop songwriter, and that has never been more true than on Remember Us to Life.

2016 Reading Challenge: 50 Books by Women of Color

If you don't seek out new voices, it's easy to fall into reading books primarily, if not solely, by white authors.

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: Are these books on your list?

Today we're adding to our reading list, learning about the history slavery and the insurance industry, and giving Lorena Bobbitt her due.

Pantsuit on Fire: The Founder of a Facebook Community Cashes In

 Chamberlain, who is neither an activist nor an author, is cashing in on what amounts to the labor of strangers.

Holding Out: Protest Votes in the Electoral College

This pervasive myth that Sanders would have won the presidency merits closer discussion because this is a conversation we are likely to have over and over again as people relitigate the primary in the coming years.

BitchTapes: Holiday Shmoliday

A mix of non-traditional holiday songs for the end of a non-traditional year. 

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: Well This Can't Be Good

Today we're reading about Black Lives Matter, coal country, and animation.

Freedom of Information: Libraries in the Age of Trump

Libraries are radical, evolving resources that function with the sole purpose of providing free access to information for the masses and creating intellectual equality.

Popaganda: Women and Pain

This episode investigates patterns of both healthcare professionals and society at large dismissing, demeaning, and disbelieving women's pain. We talk with Maya Dunsenbery, the Executive Director of Editorial at Feministing.com, about her upcoming book Doing Harm: The Truth About How Bad Medicine and Lazy Science Leave Women Dismissed, Misdiagnosed, and Sick. Writer Sam Riedel joins us...

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: North Carolina Republican Lawmakers Totally Lied

Today we're reading about art, St. Vincent, and lawmakers.

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