"Feminism" Blogs & Blog Posts

A Passion to UnderstandA Passion to Understand

A passionate view of world events and a desire to understand why

 
The BarrenessThe Barreness

"Hedonism is the new black underwear." This is what happens wh...

 
Clarissa's BlogClarissa's Blog

An academic's opinions on feminism, politics, literature, philosophy, ...

 
Blunt & DisorderlyBlunt & Disorderly

Reflections on religion, science politics and human rights from a liberal p...

 
take it to the chorustake it to the chorus

Sifting through the agonies and ecstacies of the music we call pop.

 
Wonderland or NotWonderland or Not

Personal cathartic, political and social commentary, with some bad poetry t...

 
Girl With a SatchelGirl With a Satchel

Musings on glossy magazines, pop culture and girlie things.

 


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Seeing more kickass women in films is a good thing, but Dominick Nero at Fandor noticed that their fighting style differs from men in one interesting way: their tendency to pinch their opponents in a scissor lock with their strong yet oh-so-supple th...

When packing for the Women's March on Washington, don't forget your knitting needles and bright pink yarn. They are, after all, unexpected essentials. An innovative form of "craftivism" is going viral in the final weeks leading up to the Jan. 21 marc...

“If only God would rid us of men.”CREDIT: Screenshot/YouTubeA music video with Saudi women is challenging restrictive gender norms in the country — and it’s quickly going viral.“Hwages,” by director Majed al-Esa of 8ies Studios, a p...

Of all the nice tributes since art critics John Berger's death on January 2, this Dazed piece is a short and sweet summation of how far ahead of his time he was. The second episode of Ways of Seeing is a brisk jog through the ways in which the male g...

The DIY Feminist Guide to Cybersecurity, available in Spanish and English, is designed to be a quickstart for "gendered, racialized, queerphobic, transphobic, ableist, and classist" threats to digital autonomy, created because "companies and develope...

It doesn't work that way, hon The post Sorry, Ariana Grande – You Can’t Make ‘Sex’ Your Image and Then Complain About Being Objectified appeared first on RedState.

The pioneering astronomer Vera Rubin is known globally for discovering powerful evidence of dark matter in the universe. But Rubin, who died Sunday at age 88, is also renowned for her passionate efforts to make space for women in the male-dominated f...