[Confession] My Sliding Scale Of Sexual Harassment (As A Freelancer)
Confessions / Feminism / Society & Culture

[Confession] My Sliding Scale Of Sexual Harassment (As A Freelancer)

When I talk to friends about these creepy incidents, I always find myself including details about how I was dressed, details that sounded like I was almost trying to excuse his behavior by victim-blaming…myself. Continue reading

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Rethinking Masculinity: Is Masculinity (As We Know It) In Crisis?
Feminism / Society & Culture / Staff Picks

Rethinking Masculinity: Is Masculinity (As We Know It) In Crisis?

How terrible it must feel, to see fellow men (the pinnacle of their species!) waxed, muscular, scantily-clad, on billboards in capital cities – objectified, passive, infantilised! Continue reading

The Outrage Generation: Feminist Activism On The Internet
Feminism / Society & Culture

The Outrage Generation: Feminist Activism On The Internet

Melissa Gorga’s rape-y marriage advice book. That woman who is making 300 sandwiches so her boyfriend will propose to her. Every article written about Miley Cyrus (including this one) and everything written in response to those articles, calling them slut-shaming, and everything written in response to those, calling out Miley’s racial appropriation. “Blurred Lines” and … Continue reading

Feminist Wives: My Struggle With Wedding Planning
Feminism / Love / Sex & Love / Society & Culture

Feminist Wives: My Struggle With Wedding Planning

For a large part of my life, I held wavering opinions on the institution of marriage. My parents are divorced, and yes, I’m sure this country’s looming divorce statistics had a hand in my hesitation. However, what was more important to me was the sociological and ideological background of marriage. How did marriage fit into … Continue reading