HEY GUYS!: On the importance of gender-neutral language.
ROSIE THE RIVETER: On the gender and class implications of the economic recession, and whether the media will freak out over a female-dominated workforce.
LADY BUMPS: If you haven’t heard, someone famous gained weight and everyone hates her for her sloth and moral failure.
GOOD HAIR, BAD HAIR: Renee and Michelle look at Chris Rock’s new documentary on blackness and the anxiety of having and maintaining “good hair.” [Reportedly the movie dominated the Sundance festival this year and is being well-received by critics. Has anyone seen it?]
WOMEN OF THE LONG HOUSE: Kai takes a fascinating look beyond the lens of whiteness on the 1848 Women’s Rights Convention in Seneca Falls.
BAD JOKE ALERT: If you’re a woman taking your shirts to the cleaners, you may get, um, taken to the cleaners.
AND BOOTY FOR ALL: Watchdog group Morality in Media tries to take AARP to task for insinuating that people past the age of sixty might possibly have active sex lives. The horror!
INVISIBLE MEN: Thomas wonders who is bidding on Natalie Dylan’s virginity, and why?
SEX AND THE FAMILY: AL struggles with whether she is slut-shaming, particularly because the one she is worried for is her own little sister.
BRINGING UP BABY (GIRLS): Are Anglo Westerners developing a preference for female children?