Dispatches from Ladyblogland

This week’s Dispatches are not a size 000.

J. Crew now sells size 000. Because the only way to be beautiful is to disappear completely. The Gloss

Not The Onion: Karl Lagerfeld’s cat will design a new makeup collection. The Gloss

Anna Holmes and Leslie Jamison on regret in writing. New York Times

Via The Toast: Interviews with gay women who were activists in the 1970s and 1980s. Sinister Wisdom

Persephone Magazine contributor Bryn Donovan writes about donating a kidney. XOJane

The Riveter reviews Emily Gould’s novel Friendship. Related, the magazine discusses the controversy surrounding the idea of confessional writing.

The Guardian interviewed Judy Blume and you should read it.

Google is offering free coding lessons to women and minorities. Business Insider

Rosie Perez on her Do the Right Thing dance sequence. Clutch Magazine

Ciara debuted a new hairstyle that some deemed inelegant. Clutch responds.

Please enjoy this Tumblr: Beyoncé voters. Related: Get to know the Beyoncé voter.

Bitch Magazine introduces readers to parents trying to make gender-neutral and gender-positive clothes for kids. Personally, I’d like the T-shirt that says “Half of all T-rexes are girls.”

J.K. Rowling wrote some Harry Potter fan fiction of her own. The Bookseller

On the commodification of feminism. The Hairpin

Pajiba discusses the portrayal of Britney Spears and mental illness.

What did you read this week?

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[E] Sally Lawton

My food groups are cheese, bacon, and hot tea. I like studying cities and playing with my cat, Buffy.

6 thoughts on “Dispatches from Ladyblogland”

  1. The J. Crew story made me facepalm earlier this week. I know I should avoid shopping there, but they are the only place I’ve found that make jeans that fit my body perfectly. :-/ It’s hard to give up a fantastic pair of jeans.

    On a happier note, Bryn’s story was incredible. It left me grinning and speechless. So brave. :)

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