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[VIDEO] Rebelené Goes to Olympia

In Greek mythology Olympia is the mythical home of the Gods, so it made sense that Olympia, WA was the place to visit Aztlan Goddess Lorna Dee Cervantes, poet, philosopher and professor. 837 more words

Rebelene

[LEADERS IN...] Activism: Gloria Steinem

Gloria Steinem is an example for many women today. Whilst the feminist world in the Internet Age argues over intersectionality and the absence of minority groups from the feminist movement, pioneers like Steinem, Flo Kennedy and Dorothy Pitman Hughes were already doing the work. 233 more words

Inspiration

Can Twitter really change the lives of women?

It’s been a year since 200 Nigerian school girls went missing, kidnapped by the militant Islamist group Boko Haram. Some reports claim that many of the girls have been trafficked or forced into marriage. 532 more words

News And Current Affairs

VOGEL The Brooklyn Rail: Riding the Fourth Wave in a Changing Sea

Fourth-wave feminism: tech-savvy, gender sophisticated. Grew up with the internet. “Take Your Daughter to Work Day.” Online activism.

Goals: trans inclusion, reproductive rights, queer rights, intersectionality… 205 more words

Reading Log

Tsunami Warning: Category 4

Seismologists have warned of a wave threatening to wipe out aspects of mankind along the east coast of Australia. Reports vary but from measurements and comparison of past waves hitting that area, this could be a disaster of catastrophic proportions set to cost the Government millions. 307 more words

Standing up for the 'F' word

I spent a large portion of my time at University writing about gender in literature. I’ve written essays on cross-dressing in Shakespeare, feminist and queer theory… 667 more words

Reflections

Fuck You, Victoria's Secret. From an angry fourth wave feminist. (Hell ya I'm angry)

So, just to elaborate on a tweet I composed yesterday attached to this photo:

Note- I intentionally chose to say “fuck you” in the title of this post and not F you, or F*ck you, because the way it feels when someone yells an angry curse word in your face out of no where, is the jarring and scary way it made me feel to be confronted by this image. 386 more words

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