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Update to Problematic Cartoon: NY Post Apologizes...Sort Of

An apology is delivered after emotion and protests swirl around the New York Post for a controversial cartoon.

Most amazing designer in a pinafore. Ever.

Say hello to the smart blog—again. Yep, we're bringin' the arts back to the Bitch blog roll. First installment—Ray Eames: Godmother of modern design.

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  • Ann at Feministing highlights the recent NY Times profile on Neko Case (badass teenager pics included) and her political side. You can also check out a song off her new album, “People Got a Lot of Nerve” on her label’s website.
  • M.I.A’s post-grammy-Valentine’s-day baby announcement…via MySpace!
  • Pitchfork TV has some awesome video of a 21-...

"Humor": The Ultimate Cop Out

By now, I've imagine that most folks have seen the controversial Sean Delonas cartoon from yesterday's New York Post. For those of you new to this story, the New York Post claims that comic is supposed to be a play on both the current economic situation and a reference to a woman who was attacked by a chimpanzee recently.

Read on for the cartoon and more discussion.


Fists Up: LA Boxing Pres Challenges Chris Brown to a Duel

Anthony Geisler, President of LA Boxing, is dealing with Chris Brown's arrest on criminal threat charges in true eye-for-an-eye fashion. Geisler started a Facebook group earlier this week called, I Want to Fight Chris Brown. (At the time of this post the group had 1,528 members and counting.) He also sent a letter to Brown's manager challenging Brown to step into the ring with him and "see...

Update to Agnes Scott College: Healing the Insulted Intellect

Some patches have been applied to the bleeding wound on the arm of Agnes Scott College who opened their all women's college campus to be the background of Road Trip II: Beer Pong, but is it enough?

Whedon Fighters

Joss Whedon's Dollhouse premiered last week, and The Box breathed a sigh of relief. I've been waiting so long to see Eliza Dushku kick ass and smart off in the style of Buffy, the Vampire Slayer, Angel, and Firefly. Unfortunately, there is not a lot of ass-kicking in the first episode. Or smarting off, for that matter. Maybe that's because Dushku's character, Echo, is without a personality for...

Wearing Your Feminism On Your Sleeve

It's like Christmas morning in the Bitch Magazine office!

Today we received an amazing Audre Lorde shirt and press kit from the indie clothing line KM Stitchery (all contained in a box hand-collaged with pictures of feminists).

Read on for more info!


SXSW: It's Party Time, Austin!

Calling all feminist music fans! We here at Bitch are super-psyched to be sponsoring a party at this year’s SXSW with our awesome friends at Kill Rock Stars. The details:

Wednesday, March 18 @ Club Deville (900 Red River) 12:00 to 6:00 p.m.

The Thermals! Marnie Stern! Thao! Bitch merch! And oh so much more!

Read on for more about the awesome KRS bands playing...

Breast Feeding: Making Grown Ups Vomit

Any regular follower of mine knows that I am the world’s biggest fan girl for Salma Hayek. She is beautiful, she’s a self-described feminist, she fights to make a place for women of color in general and Latinas specifically in the world of entertainment, AND she’s an advocate of breast feeding!

So what’s the problem here? Apparently, 1) it’s eeew, grooooss...