Tag: feminism

S/O for Democracy 1: Slovakia; Zuzana Čaputová

A late but necessary shoutout to wins for democracy. No one can be equal under an unequal system. For Slovakia, shoutout to Zuzana Caputova!

“Excuse my beauty.”

Contrapoints in this episode brings to your eyes and ears the discourse of transfeminism. Although from the frontline of “radical” feminist attacks, communication becomes abused by bigots. In this way, you can learn more about racism and homophobia from this video essay; WATCH.

Alice Bag, Kathleen Hanna And Allison Wolfe Are A Riot Grrrl ‘9 To 5′ In The Music Video ’77’

“77” parodies the feminist classic film 9 to 5. It’s a workplace wonder that crosses over into the punk underground. Read the Bust article below the video player! Source: Alice Bag, Kathleen Hanna And Allison Wolfe Are A Riot Grrrl ‘9 To 5′ In The Music Video ’77’

2018’s Port Jervis Women’s March

PORT JERVIS, N.Y.  — Yesterday, Saturday, Jan. 20, over 200 individuals came in respects to sister marches happening across the state, and around the nation, in solidarity with disempowered women and especially those most at-risk with the current Presidential Administration. — “Ignite people into action.” Patty Baughman At the St

300: The Raw List of Literature for Us to Read in 2018

This is it. The uncut, unabridged, uncensored, list of 300 books that I’d LOVE to read in 2018, but likely will only read two of. With any luck, maybe six. Ordered by highest average Goodreads rating first: The Decline of Black Politics: From Malcolm X to Barack Obama Dictatorship of

Manning: Whistleblower to Senator?

NORTH BETHESDA, Md. (AP) — Chelsea Manning intends to run for the U.S. Senate in Maryland, returning the transgender former soldier to the spotlight after her conviction for leaking classified documents and her early release from military prison. Manning, 30, filed her statement of candidacy with the Federal Election Commission

Wonder Woman: Gadot Speech at 2018 Critics Choice Awards

Gal Gadot was awarded the #SEEHER award at the 2018 Critics Choice Award. It’s an award to honor women who bring “accuracy and integrity, challenging female stereotypes both on screen and within the entertainment industry.” Her take on Wonder Woman earned Gadot great praise throughout the year and the introduction

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