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Popaganda Episode: Favorite Pop Culture of the Year

We ask people involved with Bitch over the past year, from writers to interns to interviewees, to share their favorite things from the year. This show highlights everything from favorite books and albums to favorite moment in Texas politics. Listen in! People featured on this show include comic book author Kelly Sue DeConnick, ...

Our 25 Most Highly Read Articles of 2015

We published over 700 articles about feminism and pop culture this year, covering topics from consent to Mad Max. 

On Our Radar: Feminist News Roundup

Today we're reading about police shootings, Bill Cosby, and male feminists on Tindr. 

24 Hours To Go: Fund Independent Feminist Media!

$2,773! That's what's left to raise to reach of our $50,000 year-end goal by midnight. It's going to take 75 readers donating an average of $40. Can you give $25? Or $50?

 

Lupita Nyong'o Explains Why She Was Excited for an All-CGI Star Wars Role

It was "liberating" to play a role that didn't focus on her body, says Nyong'o. 

"The Danish Girl" Has An Emotional Hole at its Heart.

Just in time for Oscar season, Focus Pictures has released the well-pedigreed movie The Danish Girl. The film has admirable intentions, but offers scant insight into its protagonist. It fails to do what other recent media has done so powerfully: give an honest, clear...

Bitch Media is Reader-Supported, Not Corporate Controlled!

With less than 48 hours left to take action, we’re still $7,641 away from our $50,000 year-end funding goal. Needless to say, we're counting on 191 Bitch readers to pitch in right away. If you agree that feminist media should be independent media, please donate!

 

On Our Radar: Feminist News Roundup

Today we're reading about Bill Cosby, homophobic cake bakers, and Carrie Fisher. 

In "Joy," a Female Inventor Finally Lands in the Spotlight

The film isn't great, but Jennifer Lawrence shines as the determined Joy Mangano. 

On Our Radar: Feminist News Roundup

Today we're reading about Tamir Rice, anti-abortion laws, and Kesha. 

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