on Aug 26, 2014
In my opinion, the popular 6-second video loop app Vine is a cesspool of transphobia, slut-shaming, cheap laughs and allowed the little twerp Nash Grier to be not only “famous” but to publicly shame women’s bodies and spread homophobia to 9.3 million followers. #gross
HOWEVER, upon doing a little research, I found that there are a ton of super cool feminist babes creating 6-second vines that smush the patriarchy and create more of a safe space for women on vine.
Here are my top 12 and be sure to follow these babes (and dude)!
1. eh Feminist
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BY Kelly Maxwell
on Jul 22, 2013
So blogging about the current state of things can get one pretty down. There aren't a lot of laughs when you're researching rape statistics. So, needless to say, I needed a little laugh. Being a huge comedy nerd, who frequents Maude Night at the UCB more than a sane person ought to, I checked out a new (ish) video from UCB-er Sasheer Zamata. This. Is. One. Funny. Lady. Read More
BY Tess Duncan
on Dec 14, 2012
If you’re like us, you’re counting down the days to the April 30th premiere of Inside Amy Schumer, the comedienne’s new sketch comedy series on Comedy Central. Now Schumer is helping quench our comedic thirsts with a live tour that kicks off at Bogart’s in Cincinnati, Ohio on February 28th, 2013.
The comic has been hard at work performing stand up since 2004, but she didn’t stop there. She was a contestant on NBC’s Last Comic Standing and co-starred in Comedy Central’s Reality Bites Back. Read More
BY Erika W. Smith
on Sep 20, 2012
If you’ve ever been turned down from a shitty food service job you found on Craigslist…
If you’ve ever programmed your ex into your phone as “Don’t Pick Up FO REALZZZ THIS TIME”…
If you instantly hate anyone who asks what you do for a living…
In short, if you’re in your twenties, then this book is for you.
F*CK! I’m In My Twenties by Emma Koenig, based on the popular blog fuckiminmy20s.tumblr. Read More
BY Grace Evans
on Oct 05, 2011
There’s nothing funnier than a lady with a handgun- when sketch group Onassis writes the sketch. Written by Mike Scollins, this particular sketch was inspired by a New York Times Magazine article about guns marketed to women. “There's not a crazy wacky character to it,” said Onassis member Sue Galloway. “Just people reacting to something strange in their world. Read More