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Off The Shelf: Holy Skirts by Renee Steinke

There’s something particularly marvelous in reading a book about an actual time and an actual art movement in which the female figures come naturally to the fore.

The Weekly Verse: The Mother by Gwendolyn Brooks

This poem is a sucker-punch of real talk.

Jill (And All Girls) Can Jack-Off Too

A good dick joke makes everyone laugh, but a good vagina joke tends to just make people feel uncomfortable.

Weekend Listening: I Love You, Honeybear by Father John Misty

Sweeping violin, round, slow drums, little threads of plinky piano pile up on top of one another…

The Honest-to-Goodness True Life Review of Wonder Woman: Earth One

You don’t prioritize the male gaze in what’s supposed to be a feminist book. This shouldn’t even need to be said.

10 Must-Read Patriarchy-Smashing Crime Solvers

Here’s where to start with ten series, ranging from classic to contemporary, featuring smart, unconventional women bringing murderers to justice.

Reading Rage: Don’t Fucking Tell Me I’m Not Allowed to be Angry

I’m allowed to be fucking enraged about a situation that DIRECTLY TOUCHES on MY LIFE and MY EXPERIENCES and the experiences of TOO MANY OTHER geeky women to fucking count.

4 Fictional Ladies No One is Watching That Everyone Should Be

Ask yourself if you’ve ever heard someone celebrate a character for being a great male character?

21 Feminist Anthems From the ’90s To Get You Through Your Day: A Playlist

There are feminist anthems from a lot of different decades, but the 1990s were a special time for women in music.

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