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Rereading "The Red Tent"

I first read Anita Diamant’s The Red Tent, ten years ago. I rushed through the book within a week, living inside the story, but never finished the last few pages of it. 537 more words


More Than Just Bullying: How Fatphobia Is a System of Oppression and Why Skinny Jokes Don't Compare

By Kristen Rogers

When it comes to beauty standards in Western society, it’s no secret that thin is in–and it has been for quite some time. 845 more words


Julie Bindel on The Pimping of Prostitution

A review of a Bristol Festival of Ideas Event on 14th March 2018

The sex trade is rape culture, said Julie Bindel on Wednesday night in Waterstones. 138 more words


Thursday Reads: If Only We Had A Woman President

Good Morning!!

The snowpocalypse never materialized in Boston, after we were told to expect up to 14 inches of the white stuff. I know it was bad in some places to the south of us. 2,778 more words

Morning Reads



the idea that womanhood is the sum of big ass,

small waist, perky titties, full lips and zero brain cells.


my choice compliments are:

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In response to Leslie Jamison’s New York Times article ‘I Used to Insist I Didn’t Get Angry. Not Anymore.’

It has without doubt been said many times before, but it was Glenn Close who reiterated something both salient and important at the end of last year in an interview with the Guardian: 428 more words


Men Need to Expect More from Men

by Gabriel Valdez

I went to look up more information on the Maryland school shooting, and the shooter’s motives in relation to an ex-girlfriend.

What came back was a host of articles going back the last year of men shooting ex-girlfriends. 455 more words