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We choose to see prejudice

I have a very left wing Facebook. As such, there are certain patterns of speech and writing I see over and over again. One of the most common is the idea: 1,687 more words

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Normal People

This is a girl-meets-boy story, told in a third-person dual narrative that swaps back and forth between its protagonists, Connell and Marianne. Each chapter jumps forward in time – ‘Six Weeks Later’, ‘Seven Months Later’ – and employs a combination of present- and past-tense sections. 322 more words

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Feminism, trans exclusion and #MeToo: Where do we go from this peculiar state of affairs?

For those who aren’t of a foaming at the mouth, progressive breed, it’s been a bizarre couple of years. With Germaine Greer, the “Saucy Feminist That Even Men Like! 1,209 more words


Nice Is Nothing, Good Takes Work

Writing men is an interesting part of my process–mostly because it’s so much easier to write the media stereotypes rather than men who come across like the people I see; ones just as multi-faceted and idiosyncratic as any woman character. 3,216 more words

Just Another Film Without a Life After Release

Just Another Girl on the I.R.T.is the vibrant, hip hop infused, coming-of-age story of Chantel (Ariyan A. Johnson), a Brooklyn girl who “gets what she wants when she wants.” Chantel is bright and driven, wanting to go to college to become a doctor, an ambition that stems from her desire to not be defined by her background or challenges. 866 more words


Review: VOX

Title: VOX
Author: Christina Dalcher
Publication Date: August 21, 2018
Publisher: Berkley
Genre: Fiction | Women’s Fiction | Thriller & Suspense
Synopsis from Berkley
Free copy provided by publisher. 222 more words

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The first Global Feminist LBQ Women*s Conference will take place from 6-9 July 2019 in South Africa.

The first Global Feminist LBQ Women*s Conference will take place from 6-9 July 2019 in South Africa. Apply here by 1 September

The conference is being organized by a collective working group of 22 LBQ women* activists from across all regions of the world. 90 more words