Tag Archives: Feminism

It’s Festivus!

Where did the time go? It seems like just yesterday I was airing my grievances. Oh, wait . . . it was. Instead of grievances, how about a list of Feminist Face-Plants from 2014? Top 10 feminist fiascoes of 2014 … Continue reading

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It was “Got drunk and had sex and then regretted it later-rape”

It sure as hell wasn’t “rape-rape”. In Not That Kind of Girl Dunham tells us why denial is simpler, at least in the beginning The most remarkable part of Lena Dunham’s new memoir Not That Kind of Girl: A Young … Continue reading

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Slutwalk – Because nothing screams “EQUALITY” like walking around in public with duct tape over your nipples.

I don’t get it. I really don’t. How did feminism turn into this? Hundreds Take Part In “Slut Walk” Against Sexual Assault Several hundred people rallied and marched in downtown Chicago Saturday during an annual event called Slut Walk Chicago. … Continue reading

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If Feminists Ruled The Earth

Nina Bahadur at Huffpoop: Try Doubting Everyday Sexism After Watching This Video Wolf-whistles, “hey baby” and “keep smiling honey!” are the types of things you’d expect to hear directed at a woman walking down the street. But what would the … Continue reading

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Sadly, Yes – Miley Cyrus IS a Progressive Feminist

NY Daily News: Miley Cyrus says she’s ‘one of the biggest feminists’: ‘I tell women not to be scared of anything’ Miley Cyrus says the method to her madness is actually motivated by progressive feminist thought. “I feel like I’m … Continue reading

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Unclear On The Concept Of Feminism

WaPo commits a major Rule 15 violation: Taylor Swift’s feminist doppelganger takes off on Twitter Taylor Swift is not a feminist. But Clara Beyer is, and she loves Taylor Swift’s music and sometimes she wishes Swift would change her twangy … Continue reading

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Piled Higher And Deeper

Ian Welsh: Why Hackers Get More Jail Time Than Rapists Rapists uphold the social status quo. Hackers, especially the idealistic ones, subvert it. They are far, far more dangerous to important people (who have staff and bodyguards) than rapists are. … Continue reading

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Sisterhood of Backstabbers

The Tyranny of the Queen Bee Kelly was a bright woman in her early 30s: whip-smart, well qualified, ambitious—and confused. Even a little frightened. She worked for a female partner in a big consulting firm. Her boss was so solicitous … Continue reading

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Sacrilege!! – A Rule 15 Violation

Blog Rule #15: Thou shall not diss Taylor Swift. Could that be any plainer? Is there any ambiguity to that statement? The Hollywood Reporter: Camille Paglia: Taylor Swift, Katy Perry and Hollywood Are Ruining Women When Forbes released its annual … Continue reading

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Overnight Open Thread

Sluts VOTE button is reaction to Rush Limbaugh/Sandra Fluke. 1K brought by Ill. del, going "like hot cakes" pic.twitter.com/ETmMoe4p — Steven Dennis (@StevenTDennis) September 3, 2012 I didn’t want to save this one for morning. But wait! There’s more! Here’s … Continue reading

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Women should be free to make whatever choices feminists decide are good for them

Leslie Loftis: Ann Romney, The Corporate Wife Ann Romney is a valuable asset for the Romney campaign. Not only is she an inspirational wife and mother and apparently a talented speaker, but she’s also a woman who effortlessly draws errors … Continue reading

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I want to have it all too

Anne-Marie Slaughter: Why Women Still Can’t Have It All Eighteen months into my job as the first woman director of policy planning at the State Department, a foreign-policy dream job that traces its origins back to George Kennan, I found … Continue reading

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