Film Gender Gap: More Stats on Women Working... →
Many women just don’t get Muslim feminists. Some believe that you can’t be...– Western feminists don’t understand Muslim Women
maybe you can write about Riot Grrrl, no one has done that—hell that’s just what...– http://whatwewantisfree.blogspot.com/
The most famous member of the Tamil diaspora is the singer Maya Arulpragasam,...– Outside Sri Lanka, Tamil Diaspora Not Ready to Surrender - The Lede Blog - NYTimes.com
I honestly believe that the future is going to be millions of little things...– -Pete Seeger Legendary Folk Singer & Activist Pete Seeger Turns 90, Thousands Turn Out for All-Star Tribute Featuring Bruce Springsteen, Joan Baez, Bernice Johnson Reagon and Dozens More
My goal in life is to change the entire social and economic structure of Western...– Marilyn French, Novelist and Champion of Feminism, Dies at 79 - Obituary (Obit) - NYTimes.com
Double X encourages debate about feminism and... →
Our first week at Double X is drawing to a close. And we’ve heard all sorts of responses. We’re not feminist enough. We’re too feminist. We say we’re not feminist but then we talk a lot about feminism. We (and Slate) are ghettoizing women.
At this April’s conference of the Council on Contemporary Families, researcher...– Why feminism needs to tackle masculinity.
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Military Sexual Trauma- According to the Department of Defense, one in three...– Stop Stop-Loss this Saturday at Fort Lewis | Iraq Veterans Against the War
Bottled water is wasteful and requires large amounts of energy to bottle and...– State Agencies to Phase Out Use of Bottled Water - City Room Blog - NYTimes.com
The only thing the guys let you be if you’re a girl in the military is a...– The Plight of Women Soldiers
The double traumas of combat and sexual persecution may be why a 2008 RAND study...– The Plight of Women Soldiers
Housing by Tobi Vail ('07)
I wrote this and posted it originally on August 18, 2007 I am currently re-reading bell hooks’ book “Where We Stand: Class Matters”. The first chapter starts like this: “Living with many bodies in a small space, one is raised with notions of property and privacy quite different from those of people who have always had room. In our house, rooms were shared. Our first house,...