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Milkshakes and Murder: "Riverdale" Series Premiere Roundtable for Two

The Archie comics you loved, now with sexy, sexy murder!

Pressure Makes Perfect: Donna Freitas Examines the Friction Between Public Identity and Personal Authenticity with Mixed Results

Frietas hits all the hot topics of the day—selfies, sexting, bullying, love-hate relationships with smartphones—but seems to be writing for an audience of technology estranged adults.

Intergenerational Resistance: "This isn't any worse, it's just your turn."

“I’m 75,” my grandmother shrugged, calm and utterly unfazed. “I’ve seen worse. The thing to remember is this: if you believe in what you have to say, then you must find a way to say it. This isn’t any worse, it’s just your turn.”

 

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: The Women Are In My Grill, No Matter Where I Go

Today we're reading about Black rage, Betsy DeVos, and Title IX.

Six Ways to Take Action This Week

We’re going to have to get creative, and we’re going to have to be loud.

Body Politic: Marginalization at the Women's March and Beyond

Here's the thing about unity, though: it cannot be demanded. It must be constructed with care.

Maximum and Maternal Security: Grey’s Anatomy Proves It’s Still Unafraid to Ask Dark Questions

What we wouldn’t give to be a fly in the writers room as Rimes postures her female character leads to take America to task by making us interrogate ourselves.

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: Not the White House Correspondents’ Dinner

Today we're reading about the SAG Awards, identity, and love letters.

Going Green: Writer Mariko Tamaki Takes the Hulk Franchise into Uncharted Territory

Not only is a woman now taking center stage as Hulk, stepping into a role that has always been a symbol of superheroic masculinity, her trauma and internalized anger is at the heart of the story.

New Music Monday: Weaves

Toronto band Weaves has fun, but they aren't even remotely messing around.

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