On Our Radar—Feminist News RoundupHannah Gadsby Calls out “Good Men”

Hannah Gadsby during her standup special Nanette (Photo credit: Netflix)


  • Nanette comedian Hannah Gadsby (and all around wonderful human being) calls out “good men” at the 2018 Women in Entertainment gala. [The Mary Sue]
  • Nobody believed Neil deGrasse Tyson’s first accuser. Now there are three more. [Buzzfeed News]
  • In fiction, it was the year of the woman. [Vulture]
  • The end of Rookie represents another nail in the coffin of small, independent internet publishing. [The New Republic]
  • This erotic podcast aimed at millennial women is the sexier version of Headspace. [Vox]

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