Here’s what to read when you’re on a conference call this week:
Here’s what we read this week:
All the news that Ladyblogland found interesting this past week.
Let’s Talk About… Iggy Azalea
Salon’s Brittney Cooper has written a great piece on Iggy Azalea and cultural appropriation. *
I put these links together before the Hobby Lobby decision, and I’m sure much will be written about it this week. We’ll start off with Ginsburg’s dissent and then move on to the ladyblogland that was before SCOTUS made us all cry tears of rage.
Ladyblogland delivered some amazing reads this week.
Quiz: Match the Headline to the Site
This should be lots of fun.
Selena’s Shit List
Last week was terrible.
Salon, You Are Drunk
Salon, the original longform Internet destination for liberal thinkers, has many good qualities. They’ve recently expanded their writer pool, and the new hires are a diverse, interesting group. Joan Walsh is a long time badass, and without Salon, I never would have gotten to know Glenn Greenwald or the gonzo Boomer spectacle that is Camille […]
If you’re looking for the best of the ladyblogs, I’ve got a few articles that’ll make you extremely happy that the Internet exists. As if pictures of kittens weren’t doing that already.
If you learn nothing else this week, remember this: It’s time stock up on purple. Why? Read on to find out.
I am in love with the Internet right now. Yeah, there are some terrible spaces for women, but there are also amazing people calling it like they see it and making us think.
Unfortunately, people with special needs also face obstacles when they attempt to report a crime. A study by the Disability and Abuse Project found that 70 percent of people with disabilities had been victims of abuse, with 50 percent of these individuals having suffered from physical and 41 percent from sexual abuse. Fewer than half […]
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Midweek News is Fallin’
What’s been happening in your world? I’m settling into fall, and the world is falling into…well, the spiral it has always been in.