Butts, y’all. And also some real news. (As usual, trigger warnings for pretty much everything apply.) Continue reading This Week in Misogyny Will Not Break the Internet
Happy Monday, friends! I’m tickled to announce a new partnership with the equally bookish and clever dames over at Ravishly, including P-Mag alum Jetta Rae. Continue reading Ladyblog You Should Be Reading: Ravishly
GamerGaters are still rearing their ugly heads this week, to the surprise of precisely no one. We also have some not-good news for everyone who was so excited that the Nigerian schoolgirls might have been on their way home, but at least the massive list of terrible people is somewhat mitigated by a bunch of awesome people and cool readings this week. (As usual, trigger warnings for pretty much everything apply.) Continue reading This Week in Misogyny is So Not Basic
Let’s start the week with what everyone is talking about: Viola Davis and How to Get Away With Murder.
There’s oh-so-much misogyny to cover this week, including a larger-than-usual dose of transphobia, lots of cool study findings, and several Twitter accounts you’re going to want to go follow right now. (As usual, trigger warnings for pretty much everything apply.) Continue reading This Week in Misogyny: You Won’t Believe What Happens Next Week!
Goodness, it’s been quite the week for social justice, to understate it. Just when we thought the protesters vs. police in Ferguson, Missouri, had finally calmed somewhat, law enforcement overreacted again. This and more, after the jump:
Greetings, unicorns of the West, from Poland! It’s cloudy and humid, harvest season has begun, and since we’re a bit closer to the conflict, the news about Ukraine sounds a lot more worrying. Continue reading News in Europe: Convoying the Message
Hello! Welcome to another edition of “News in Asia.” For all readers and unicorns in NYC and London, I hope Pride weekend was awesome! Orlando Pride doesn’t usually take place ’til fall, given the Florida summer, though Gay Days (which is separate from the official Pride celebrations) usually takes place late May/early June. I wrote this column months ago focusing on gay rights in Asia. Pride celebrations take place at various times of the year in different countries. The largest celebration is in Taiwan on the last Saturday in October with some 80,000 people in attendance. Continue reading News in Asia