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The Handmaid's Tale (Margaret Atwood)

No, I didn’t read this because of the new TV series. (Which despite all the awards it’s won and the fact that I haven’t seen any of it, scares me for the same reason the Hobbit movies scared me: turning a single 300-page novel into a series.) I read… 1,648 more words

March is Women’s History Month. Here Are 10 Quotes by Women Liberals Tried to Silence

“If you just set out to be liked, you would be prepared to compromise on anything at any time, and you would achieve nothing.”

– Margaret Thatcher… 392 more words

Politics

Kellyanne Conway, Phyllis Schlafly, and Post-Feminism

Yesterday, I published a piece on the Huffington Post that explores how Conway and other anti- and post-feminists misrepresent feminism and dismiss the inequalities experienced by other women. 134 more words

Huffington Post

The right chemistry: Ladies crushing it

If you reach back in the dusty, cobwebbed shelves of your high school science class, you might remember learning about the Cori cycle or the lactic acid cycle, which describes the process of breaking down glucose.  450 more words

All Of The Things

An Open Letter to Women

Dear Women:

I didn’t choose this fight.

This fight chose me the moment I was born and the doctor announced “It’s a girl!”

Trust me, my life would have been a lot easier, my voice less hoarse, my husband less harassed if the damn ERA had passed the first time and we were done with this shit, but it seems, yet again, we are not. 891 more words

From The Heart

Schlafly Legacy

In the early hours of Wednesday morning, Donald J. Trump stunned political insiders, beltway prognosticators, and global elites when he emerged victorious as President-elect of the United States of America. 345 more words

Never a Helpmeet Part 8: Why Patriarchy?

CC image courtesy of Flickr, Plashing Vole

Editorial note: The following is reprinted with permission from Julie McGilliard’s blog, Goth House. It was originally published… 1,962 more words

Patriarchy