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ATTRIBUTION: Joreen, U.S. feminist and author. From “The Bitch Manifesto,” originally published in Ms. magazine in 1969. As quoted in The Decade of Women, by Suzanne Levine and Harriet Lyons (1980).
Category Archives: WimminStuff
Louisiana: Women Don’t Need Planned Parenthood. They Have Dentists. Mother Jones, 9/10/15. The task seems straightforward: Make a list of health care providers that would fill the void if Louisiana succeeded in defunding Planned Parenthood. But the state, which is … Continue reading
St. Margaret [of Antioch] was the patron saint of peasants and women in childbirth, the latter not because she had children but because [sic] she was swallowed by the devil in the form of a dragon, and her purity and … Continue reading
also see “Resource”!
…they are generally women: BATTERED, BEREAVED, AND BEHIND BARS. Buzzfeed News, 10/2/14. If a violent partner threatened her child, “I would sacrifice my life 10 times out of 10,” said Carmen White, the Dallas prosecutor — and mother — who … Continue reading
Michael Rubin, one of the lawyers who sued Schneider, disagreed, saying there are many sound wage claims. “The reason there is so much wage theft is many employers think there is little chance of getting caught,” he said. Commissioner Su … Continue reading
As a feminist who fucks*, I have no problem with “Anaconda.” I find it delightful. * It isn’t the male gaze, dominant narratives of sexuality, or hegemonic femininity which reigns true throughout Minaj’s work. It’s her own sexual state of being. … Continue reading
Vollmann’s most important artistic influences are Gauguin and what he described as the “power colors” of Native American art. His other inescapable influence is the female body. The majority of Vollmann’s visual art centers upon women generally and geishas, sex … Continue reading
The Supreme Court Just Made It Harder For Women To Exercise Their Right To Choose. 6/26/14. Think Progress. Thanks, Supreme Court. With Governors Jindal and Walker competing to shut down Planned Parenthood clinics [“abortion clinics” they’re called though only 3% … Continue reading