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In Defense of Unlikable Women

We forgive our male heroes even when they’re flawed, aimless brutes. But if they're female? Forget it. 

On Our Radar: Feminist News Roundup

Today we're reading about Brazil, North Carolina, and soccer.

New Music Monday: Adia Victoria

Adia Victoria says that this album is in memory of her twenties. "Those are tender years for a lot of women. It hurts," she says.

On Our Radar: Feminist News Roundup

Today we're reading about Menstrual Hygiene Day, BYU, and Ghostbusters.

BitchTapes: Queer Jazz from the '20s and '30s

Slip on your sequins and straighten your bowties! 

New Documentary "Keepers of the Game" Highlights an All-Native Girls Lacrosse Team

Keepers of the Game blends a traditional sports-film narrative with issues of identity, history, and assimilation.

Backtalk: Game of Thrones & xoJane

 

This week, we talk about burning down the patriarchy in Game of Thrones and how the show's female characters have evolved this season. Then, we discuss the desctructive clickbait culture seen in many online outlets—most specifically, xoJane, which published an insensitive...

On Our Radar: Feminist News Roundup

Today we're reading about propaganda, Twitter, and start-ups.

It's Not Okay for the Green Party to Call Hillary a Bad Mom

A snarky tweet from presidential candidate Dr. Jill Stein said Clinton doesn't "reflect the values of being a mother."

Crossing Over: How I Joined the BeyHive

"It’s not that I was ever a Beyoncé hater. It’s just that I held a grudge."

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