Do you have a movie fan in your life? Have they already received a Star Wars box set, the best of Scorsese, and a Breakfast at Tiffany’s poster? Then this is the gift guide for you! Continue reading Holiday Gift Guide for the Movie Fan
For many women, sexual harassment is (sadly) common. Those of us who experience it frequently are all too familiar with its negative effects… to the extent that it’s hard to understand how anyone could possibly not understand such impacts.
The truth is, though, that many persist in believing harassment doesn’t really do harm; that, to use the oft-quoted phrase, it “isn’t that bad.” For those people, we now have a study to prove them wrong. Continue reading Study Reveals Sexual Harassment Leads To “Insidious Trauma”
The year is almost over, and how many books written by women did we all read? Continue reading The Year of Reading Women: A.S. Byatt
For me, being a black feminist is all about being confident in who I am, loving myself , and wanting to support other black women. For the black feminist in your life, her definitions may be different. (For the love of God, just ask her.) But in the meantime, I’ll share with you a few of the gifts I’d have loved to receive as a young black feminist.
No, that’s not a typo. GIF PARTY!!! Continue reading This Open Thread is Opening Some Christmas Gifs
We often hear the stereotype that Montana is full of cowboys, Republicans, and giant snowdrifts. Sometimes, it is. Still, that’s not all we have here. Continue reading Persephone Postcards: Great Falls, Montana
‘Tis the time of year for Christmas songs, be they decent or obnoxious… and everyone has their own ideas of what constitutes good or bad Christmas songs. Here are ten of my favorite Christmas and winter songs. Hopefully you find something you like! Continue reading Twelve Christmas Songs I Actually Like
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