Category » Feminism
From Rand Paul to plus sized dancers, we've got it all in this week's round up of feminist news stories. We know you've been busy running the world (or at least fighting off the patriarchy), so go ahead and take a breather. Grab a coffee, check out this blog post, and start your glorious weekend off right.  Meryl Streep Just Started A Screenwiring Lab For Hollywood Lepers (Women Over 40)  Meryl Streep is taking yet another step on the path of being ... Read More
"More than 300 women have been shot, stabbed, strangled, beaten, bludgeoned or burned to death by men in South Carolina over the past decade, dying at a rate of one every 12 days while the state does little to stem the carnage from domestic abuse," reads Till Death Do Us Part's description.  Till Death Do Us Part—a Post and Courier photo series that took place over eight months—won the Pulitzer Prize for its outstanding work this week. The photos ... Read More
A middle school in Ohio edited out an eighth grader's t-shirt from class photos after it deemed her outfit potentially controversial. The offense? Her tee featured the word "feminist." Yes, that is all. Apparently, the shirt didn't violate the dress code, and no one cared about her wearing it around school—just about the photo. But the teen, whose name is Sophie, decided she wasn't going to stand for the censorship, and has since organized a protest where ... Read More
For about half a century now there’s been one image following feminism and constantly reinventing itself: That image is Norman Rockwell’s painting of “Rosie The Riveter.” The real-life inspiration and model for this painting was Mary Doyle Keefe, a single mother, actual riveter, and one of our favorite feminist matriarchs. And on Tuesday, April 21st, Keefe passed away. We thank her for her landmark contribution to feminist history, and her ... Read More
  Historically speaking, pregnancy has been associated with all things feminine. But the way we look at gender, parenting, and identity are changing swiftly: LGBTQ female-bodied couples who once adopted children are more commonly giving birth to their offspring. This is becoming more socially accepted, but gender queer parents are still pioneers, and encounter a whole array of obstacles. One of these hiccups is the clothing they wear while expecting. For those ... Read More
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