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Electric Dirt: Queer Appalachia Is Redefining Southern Identity

The collective is promoting art, activism, and culture in the South while building queer community.

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: Forcibly Removed

It was a very bad day.

Inconvenient Women: “Disobedience” tests religion, passion, and choice

Disobedience is the kind of woman-at-a-crossroads film I love.

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: Hannah Gadsby Is the Future of Comedy

What if “funny” is the enemy of “honest”?

Turning 20: How An Iconic ’90s Film Normalized Stalking

Humor that takes stalking seriously requires nimbleness and nuance.

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: Congrats to Sandra Oh!

She’s the first Asian American actress nominated for an Emmy for a lead in a drama series!

Beyond the Closet Door: Rhea Butcher on Sobriety and Queer Roadmaps for Happiness

Sober LGBTQ individuals can sometimes feel excluded.

Backtalk: Turn off the Gaslight

This week, Dahlia and Amy got to thinking more about the ubiquity of gaslighting after seeing a Twitter thread by writer Carmen Maria Machado and the case against Junot Diaz. The term originates from an eponymous play and film about a husband who gaslights his wife into thinking she’s going crazy and is now commonly used to describe making another person feel as if their own thoughts and...

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: Daughter Credentials

When you have to give birth to people in order to care about them, you probably don’t really care about them?

Traveling Lite: Why Women’s Travel Memoirs Get Sold Short

Men’s stories are seen as universal, women’s as particular. 

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