This Week in Misogyny Has Leadership Skills

[E] HillaryThis Week in Misogyny3 Comments

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So many people were truly terrible this week, but we’ve got a few awesome people to try to balance them out. And if you somehow missed the worst Photoshop ever, you’re gonna love this week’s TWiM! (As usual, trigger warnings for pretty much everything apply.)

[E] HillaryThis Week in Misogyny Has Leadership Skills

A Brief History of Women’s History Month

[E] Slay BelleHistory1 Comment

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Another year, another March, another Women’s History Month. Like many a feminist, I’ve participated in yearly celebrations and presentations celebrating the contribution of women to our society, but it’s only been recently that I realized I had no knowledge whatsoever of WHM’s own history.

[E] Slay BelleA Brief History of Women’s History Month

Five Practical Things You Can Do to Give the Ladies Some Love

Monica TanPersephone Pioneers6 Comments

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Let me firstly say, that I’m a casual feminist. That doesn’t mean I don’t feel strongly about certain issues, or that I’m uncommitted to improving the status of women, it just means that it’s one of many interests. I’m a feminist hobbyist, rather than a full-time, professional player.

Monica TanFive Practical Things You Can Do to Give the Ladies Some Love

A Brief History of Women’s History Month

[E] Slay BelleFeminism2 Comments

olivemylove

Another year, another March, another Women’s History Month. Like many a feminist, I’ve participated in yearly celebrations and presentations celebrating the contribution of women to our society, but it’s only been recently that I realized I had no knowledge whatsoever of WHM’s history. If there’s one thing I do know, celebrations of marginalized members of society don’t just spring out … Read More

[E] Slay BelleA Brief History of Women’s History Month