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On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: Amazon Warehouse Workers Prepare for Prime Day Strike

“I haven’t seen my daughter in weeks.”

From Memes to Equal Pay: How Lesbian Meme Culture Produced A New Dedicated Soccer Fandom

With their World Cup win, the United States women’s national soccer team has been extensively memed, leading to newly obsessed queer fans—and more supporters in their fight for pay equity.

BitchReads: 5 Nonfiction Books Feminists Should Read This July

We’re bringing BitchReads back!

Teardrops On My Guitar: Taylor Swift Losing Her Masters Is a Sexist Tale as Old as Time

Record labels maintain control over original recordings in exchange for investing in the artist.

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: Crowd Leads “Equal Pay” Chant after U.S. Women’s World Cup Win

“I feel like this team is in the midst of changing the world around us as we live,” Megan Rapinoe said.

In “Late Night,” Comedy’s Whiteness Is a Backdrop for a Love Story

Mindy Kaling holds onto her affinity for caustic, negging romance, focusing this energy on the creative partnership between two very different women.

Fighting for Home: Queer People of Color Are Leading the Battle against Gentrification

In the movement against the churning financial, political, and social forces of gentrification, who fights—and how they fight—matters.

BitchTapes: Heat

The power that comes from women’s rage is one of the reasons why angry women have been shamed throughout history.

Do We Need to Calm Down?: A Roundtable about Taylor Swift and Classism in Music Videos

“Did [Taylor Swift] create something groundbreaking that liberated queer and trans people of color? Did she create an era-defining gay anthem that’s universally likable? No, but why should we expect her to?”

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