Tag Archive: features

Weekend Listening: So Jealous by Tegan and Sara

Here we get to be as loud as we want, scream out the shittiness of not loving someone anymore, of becoming boring in someone else’s heart.

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?

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