Monthly Archives: May 2014

On male entitlement, misogyny and why it matters

On male entitlement, misogyny and why it matters

The recent mass killing in California was not an isolated incident and the man who committed it was not a deranged madman. It’s time to face some hard truths about our culture.

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Paid menstrual leave: sexist or smart?

Paid menstrual leave: sexist or smart?

We don’t need menstrual leave. What we need is sick leave — the kind that doesn’t require disclosing our cycles to our superiors.

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Does this photo offend you?

Does this photo offend you?

Photographer Heather Bays Instagram account was shut down over the weekend due to a photo of her breastfeeding her daughter.

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About Those Avril Meet and Greet Photos …

About Those Avril Meet and Greet Photos …

Famous women’s bodies are treated like public property, so it’s little wonder that some people feel they should have unlimited access to them.

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An Inconvenient Truth for Shape Magazine

An Inconvenient Truth for Shape Magazine

Instead of showcasing a healthy, happy woman, Shape would rather show fitspo models laughing alone with salad.

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Our grandmothers, ourselves

Our grandmothers, ourselves

Jen’s Grammy — who taught her very important lessons about women’s bodies from a contraband 1983 issue of Playboy — would have been 71 today.

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