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On Our Radar: Feminist News Roundup

Today we're reading about police violence, Buy Nothing Day, and Native perspectives on Thanksgiving. 

Poet Fatimah Asghar Speaks About Survival, Language, and Diaspora

Fatimah Asghar's poetry is brutally beautiful. Her stanzas are heavy with pain yet buoyant with light.

Collecting Hollywood's Most Sexist and Racist Casting Calls

The Tumblr and web series Lady Parts re-publishes real film and TV casting calls. And it's not pretty. 

Ask Bear: How Can I Forgive Someone for Dumping Me?

Being dumped sucks. But here's the good news: You’re not on his timeline anymore.

On Our Radar: Feminist News Roundup

Today we're reading about a shooting at a Black Lives Matter protest, Syrian refugees, and the bigotry of Trump. 

A Long But Important Read: From the Bitch HQ

There was a time, not too long ago, when any conversation about independent, feminist media would begin with the announcement that another near-and-dear magazine, bookstore, or publishing concern had recently shuttered its doors.

The Uncomfortable Violence of The Hunger Games' "Mockingjay"

As Americans applaud Katniss's revolution, we turn our backs on refugees.

New Music Monday: Shopping

As soon as guitarist Rachel Aggs, bassist Billy Easter, and drummer Andrew Milk started in on their propulsive beats, it was like the crowd had been struck by lightning. The arms came uncrossed, the chatter ceased, and the crowd became a messy, sweaty, glorious dance pile.

On Our Radar: Feminist News Roundup

Today we're reading about Syrian refugees, the horribleness of Trump, and Agent Carter. 

Popaganda Episode: Favorite Nerds

Far too often, pop culture creators gear their work toward an assumed audience: 18-45 year-old white, straight men. But nerds come in all genders, races, and orientations. On this episode, we celebrate the release of our Nerds print issue by highlighting our favorite nerds who are pushing to broaden the idea of who consumes comics, TV shows, and films. 

Comics writer Kelly Sue DeConnick...