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Redefining Required Reading: Where Are Trans Women Writers in the Classroom?

Trans women writers are rarely part of the academic canon in either literature or gender-studies classes, despite publishing numerous ground-breaking books over the past decade. 

We Talked With an ACLU Lawyer Who's Fighting Transphobic Bathroom Bills

Attorney Chase Strangio explains the legal strategy for fighting the discriminatory laws from North Carolina to South Dakota.

On Our Radar: Feminist News Roundup

Today we're reading about Ma Rainey, the NCAA, and the tampon tax.

Elisabeth Moss Will Star in "The Handmaid's Tale" Mini-Series

Margaret Atwood's feminist speculative fiction classic is coming to the small screen in 2017.

BitchTapes: There Goes the Neighborhood

Songs from Seattle musicians calling out gentrification in their neighborhoods, curated by Emily Nokes of Tacocat.

On Our Radar: Feminist News Roundup

Today we're reading about Oklahoma, debating women's health, and crisis pregnancy centers.

Backtalk: "Lemonade" + Marketplace Feminism

This week, we talk about Beyonce's visual album Lemonade with writer and photographer Margaret Jacobsen, who wrote "What Beyonce's Lemonade Means to Me As a Black Woman," and talk about the themes of self-love and stunning imagery.  And we chat with Bitch co-founder, editorial and creative director Andi Zeisler...

Douchebag Decree: The American Family Association

The anti-LGBT hate group is backing discriminatory bathroom policies and attacking Target for letting staff and customers use the bathroom matching their gender-identity.

Writer Hanif Willis-Abdurraqib on Poetry & Punk Rock

The writer talks about being an outsider and insider in literary spaces and punk. 

On Our Radar: Feminist News Roundup

Today we're reading about the "woman's card," The Turner House, and movie studios. 

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