Whipping Girl, Delusions of Gender, and what comes next

Back on the 26th, I posted about Women's Equality Day in the US and what it means. It commemorates our getting the vote back in 1920. Though this was not without it's local barriers. I also asked the question: What comes next? When I first asked myself that question a few years ago, the answer... Continue Reading →

Quote of the Week – from Delusions of Gender: How Our Minds, Society and Neurosexism Create Difference by Cordelia Fine

One mother who insisted on supplying her daughter with tools rather than dolls finally gave up when she discovered the child undressing a hammer and singing it to sleep. ‘It must be hormonal,’ was the mother’s explanation. At least until someone asked who had been putting her daughter to bed. I'm taking a little non-fiction... Continue Reading →

The 7 Books that fueled my feminist awakening

My feminist awakening may have been long in coming, but once it was here, it was here to stay. Check out these 7 books that woke me up and helped me understand feminism and all the reasons we still need it.

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