Category: Feminism

Feminist at Passover

FeministGal has a great post up about feminist passover traditions, and specifically feminist Seder alternatives. Check it out. She writes: Susannah Heschel, a leading feminist scholar, is the woman responsible for popularizing the custom of an orange on the Seder…

By Any Other Name

I was just directed to this article at Nerve by Hugh Ryan, called By Any Other Name: How My LGBT Students Taught Me to Love a Forbidden Word. You should know, before heading over and/or reading further here, that it’s…

Sarah Haskins Blow Out

In case you’ve missed them, below are two new Target Women videos for your viewing pleasure. First up, Lifetime! (Click here if you can’t view the embedded video.) You know, I’m sure that the dogs reenacting scenes from famous movies…

Derailing for Dummies

For everyone in need of a laugh, especially bloggers and regular blog commenters, check out Derailing for Dummies (tag line: Making Discrimination Easier!).  Here’s the intro: You know how it is. You’re enjoying yourself, kicking back and relaxing at the…

Feministe Hero of the Day: Aspen Baker

Aspen Baker co-founded Exhale, an organization that provides judgment-free post-abortion counseling for all women. Here she is being honored for her work: And here she is talking about her own abortion: She’s an amazing woman, and another example of the…