The Is Biology Destiny? Issue

Issue #15 | Winter 2001
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Allison Anders, Fat Suits: The New Blackface, Lost in Space: Looking for Black Women in Sci-Fi. Plus: 9-11 Resource Guide

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Editor's Letter Dear Bitch Love It/Shove It The Bitch list—a few more of our favorite things Bitch Reads Suggested Listening Resistance Tips for Girls—Jean Kilbourne's six handy ways to say no to ad culture


Are fat suits the new blackface? getting Lucky;A political poster family speaks mary-kateandashley magazine (yup, that's the way they spell it) vs. My Evil Twin Sister plus our resource guide for news, activism, and philanthropy in the aftermath of 9-11.


Go Fish—chasing tail at Coney Island's Mermaid Parade A Galaxy Of Our Own—Searching for black women in science-fiction film Better Bled Than Hormone-Fed—A pads-and-all defense of menstruation Her Aim Is True—Filmmaker Allison Anders on her latest movie, Things Behind the Sun Bootie Call—Who's buying The Learning Channel's wedding and baby fantasies? Divine Secrets of the YA Sisterhood—Revisiting the glory days of the young-adult novel Rock Star, Hold the Belly Button—One musician's primer on how to get heard without losing your shirt

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