On Rolling Stone and how it failed its source

On Rolling Stone and how it failed its source

We need to do better by survivors.

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We remember

We remember

It’s been 25 years since 14 women were murdered at Ecole Polytechnique because they were women. How little has changed.

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Black Lives Matter

Black Lives Matter

There is no justice for Michael Brown.

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Breaking: Barbie Still Not Empowering

Breaking: Barbie Still Not Empowering

Barbie: I Can Be a Computer Engineer effectively teaches girls that they need boys to help them.

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The F word

The F word

TIME Magazine asked if the word “feminism” should be banned. We responded in ALL CAPS.

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About a Girl: On Lena Dunham

About a Girl: On Lena Dunham

When criticism is used as justification for personal attacks, things can get really ugly.

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Happy Halloween, people are the worst!

Happy Halloween, people are the worst!

Is there some sort of annual contest to come up with the grossest Halloween costume (and not gross in the thematically appropriate way)? Because seriously, WTF.

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On Jian Ghomeshi, or how rape culture can protect accused men in positions of power

On Jian Ghomeshi, or how rape culture can protect accused men in positions of power

When a well-known man with a platform gets accused of sexual violence, why are we so quick to discredit those making the allegations?

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On Gateway Feminism, or What I Learned From The Spice Girls

On Gateway Feminism, or What I Learned From The Spice Girls

How celeb feminism can be a useful gateway, and why calling out is so important. Also: the Spice Girls.

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Pop-Culture Potpourri!

Pop-Culture Potpourri!

A women-led Ghostbusters, J-Law and pink-washing’s nadir.

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