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BitchTapes: Who Says Punks Can't Dance?

Put on your combat boots and hit the dance floor! 

On Our Radar: Feminist News Roundup

Today we are reading about politicians slut-shaming, Sikh Captain America, and needle exchanges.

Popaganda Episode: Writing About Race

A 2015 survey by Publishers Weekly found that 89 percent of people working at publishing houses are white. There’s been a lot of organizing to diversify the publishing industry. For example, a campaign called We Need Diverse Books has been publicizing the demand for more books by and about people of color. But change has...

10 Films By or About Women That Are Making a Splash at Sundance

From an Iranian horror film to a Jane Austen adaptation, keep an eye out for these films.

A New Website Helps Bystanders Support Victims of Online Harassment

One in four young women have been stalked online. Now, Hollaback is trying to make the internet safer. 

On Our Radar: Feminist News Roundup

Today we're reading about sexual harassment at the Grand Canyon, environmental justice, and Sundance. 

The Overwhelming Whiteness of the Publishing Industry

A new study of book publishers shows the industry is 79 percent white. 

On Our Radar: Feminist News Roundup

Today we're reading about the OED, Disney films, and being a Muslim girl in America. 

London Band Savages Shred on a Raucous Ode to Love

This is a stunning collection of songs dedicated to the heart-pounding, life-altering, world-rocking, de-stabilizing parts of love. Too often joy is seen as anathema to rock music, particularly punk and its offshoots. Loud, raucous, thrilling joy is what Savages is all about.

Charlie Kaufman’s "Anomalisa" Is Not Heartwarming—And That’s Great

There’s a reason Anomalisa is named after its shy female character

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