12 articles Tag Misogyny

GIRLS ON FILM: GHOSTBUSTERS

GIRLS ON FILM: GHOSTBUSTERS

As per required feminist blogger duty, SIAC’s Marlo and Jen talk about the film that made all the manbabies cry.

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We Really Should All Be Feminists — So Why Aren’t We?

We Really Should All Be Feminists — So Why Aren’t We?

Sweden is putting Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s landmark TEDx Talk-turned-essay We Should All Be Feminists into the hands of every 16-year-old. Canada should consider doing the same for women aged 35-45.

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Interacting With Women In Public: A Handy Tip Sheet For Men!

Interacting With Women In Public: A Handy Tip Sheet For Men!

Because sometimes it’s hard being a decent human being.

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About that Ray Rice video

About that Ray Rice video

It shouldn’t take a graphic video leaked by TMZ to have a discussion about domestic violence.

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How Not to Be a #NotAllMen Man: A SCREAMING IN ALL CAPS Guide

How Not to Be a #NotAllMen Man: A SCREAMING IN ALL CAPS Guide

What can we do about misogyny? Lots actually.

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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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Basic bitch? Basically bullshit

Basic bitch? Basically bullshit

Ugggggggggggggh.

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Cool note, bro

Cool note, bro

On Sunday, a sexist note was left for WestJet female pilot Carey Steacy stating that the “a cockpit is no place for a woman.”

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Rape Apologists ‘Parody’ Anti-Sexual Assault Campaign Because Everything Sucks

Rape Apologists ‘Parody’ Anti-Sexual Assault Campaign Because Everything Sucks

An anti-sexual assault campaign aimed at men in Vancouver has inspired a parody campaign in Edmonton sending the opposite message. OH. FOR. FUCKS says SCREAMING’S Jen.

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Oh good: we need more rapey songs on the radio

Oh good: we need more rapey songs on the radio

Hey, you guys! Your summer jam is probably rapey and gross! SCREAMING’S Jen is talking about Robin Thicke, of course, and his ultra-problematic (and problematically catchy) single, Blurred Lines. The title itself is a master class in subtlety.

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