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Close to Home: Donna Freitas on the Stalking Professor Who Irrevocably Changed Her Life

“It’s just a relief not to be alone with it anymore.”

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: Cops Mace Queer Protesters at Boston Straight Pride

Boston Straight Pride is linked with white supremacy, but sure, queer protesters are the real problem.

School Is In: Beyond the Feminist Classroom

Feminist pedagogy alone is inadequate to the barriers facing women, people of color, and queer people in institutions of higher education.

“Four Weddings” Is Still a Pop Culture Starting Point for Sign Language

It helps not to think of a signed language, a written language, and a spoken one as being in any way connected to each other at all, but to recognize them as distinct, each one a living, breathing entity.

Trust Fail: Is Public Service Loan Forgiveness Too Good to Be True?

Out of 28,000 graduates who completed the program and sought loan forgiveness, only 96 received it.

In Hot Water: “The Kitchen” Is a Comic-Book Adaptation Whose Diversity Feels Forced

The film pushes a shallow image of female unity, flattening the complex characters from the comic into easily readable types.

Very Online: The Chicken Sandwich Debacle Shows How Brands Co-Opt Black Twitter

Popeyes didn’t notice the opportunity to be found in responding to the Chick-fil-A tweet—until Black Twitter did.

BitchTapes: Anti-Fascist Heavy Metal Tunes

Metal is too good for Nazis and there are a growing number of artists who agree.

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: The Revolution Will Be on TikTok

High schoolers are using TikTok to organize strikes. Bless them.

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