Lots of interesting reads this week, but let’s start with the news everyone’s talking about: Read More This Week in Lady Reads
You didn’t think I was going to leave you with all the terrible news without giving you some lighter reading, did you? No worries, I found a ton of cool things for y’all to check out, though that’s not to say you might not have the occasional ragestroke. Come on in for a hefty dose of listicles, smart writing, hilarious satire, and PMag boyfriend Dulé Hill (you know that’s right). (As usual, trigger warnings for pretty much everything apply.) Read More This Week in Misogyny: Reading List
We’ve got a bit of a Jumbo-Sized News Bites this week, so settle in and let’s talk about some of what happened this week, friends.
Welcome to your weekly dose of ragestrokes. Pour yourself a drink; you’re not gonna want to deal with this sober. Trigger warnings for pretty much everything apply. Read More This Week in Misogyny: I Need a Drink
Another Earth (2011) has an interesting concept. This, of course, sounds like kind of tepid praise that is usually followed with a loaded “but”¦“ I have no such follow-up concerns.
The current film landscape is filled with unoriginality. In August alone, Hollywood has or will release six remakes or sequels (Rise of the Planet of the Apes, Final Destination 5, Conan the Barbarian, Fright Night, Spy Kids 4: All the Time in the World, and Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark). In my mind, having an interesting concept is very high praise. Read More A Cosmic Existential Crisis
Persephone crew – I’ll be honest. Part of the reason why I am writing about Griselda Gambaro is because in a mere two weeks, I have the privilege of a free trip to Buenos Aires. I won’t brag anymore (did I mention this is my first vacation in years? And that it’s free?). Read More Badass Ladies of History – Griselda Gambaro
Forced to inhabit multiple worlds, Zitkala-Å a dedicated her life to art and activism, challenging authority and exposing corruption in a government that did not consider Native Americans worthy of raising their own children, preserving their own cultures, or accessing citizenship and legal rights. Read More Zitkala-Å a: Nom de Defiance