Welcome to another roundup of misogyny news! Fortunately this week wasn’t nearly as horrible as last week, and we even have some good stuff to report. (As usual, trigger warnings for pretty much everything apply.)
If you’re a furloughed government employee, have I got some good news for you at the end of this post! The rest of the news… not so good. (As usual, trigger warnings for pretty much everything apply.)
It’s officially spring! Sally J. has made a little map of the locations of all our editors and thankless interns. Not only does that mean that I can show up unexpectedly at everyone’s house, but I can also post spring pictures to represent all of us. Fun!
As we say in our masthead, we’re a daily blog for bookish, clever women. Would you like to know what goes on behind the scenes to bring all this wordy goodness to you every day? Read on!
Ladyreaders, this one is for you. Manreaders, we might bring you in on this topic later. We’re assembling a panel discussion for women of all ages to compare and contrast our experiences, education and expectations about and surrounding sex. Being as it’s 2011 and we are masters of technology, we’re going to assemble our panel […]
This is our last post of the day, we’re outta here! I’ll be banging on the reply-to-comments code with a hammer for a while longer, and trying to track down a bug in registrations. PS – If you’re having trouble logging in or you didn’t get an authentication email when you registered, send me an […]
After a rather adventuresome series of events, Persephone Magazine is back. We’re on a brand new server and we found ourselves this shiny new outfit to wear. The site is chock full of improvements and upgrades and changes, oh my. Later today (around 3) we’ll have a detailed post explaining everything, with pictures. For now, […]
I love dates that are also palindromes. I am a giant geek. How’s Tuesday treating you? Well, I hope. Before I get to pollin’, I’d like to introduce our two brand new interns, Moderator Bee and Moderator Stephanie. Both are over achieving college students we’re collectively sure will run the world one day.