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BitchReads: 25 YA Novels Feminists Should Read in 2020

2020 has some of the most exciting and vibrant YA new releases.

Chani Nicholas Is Queering Astrology One Meme at a Time

While astrology isn’t a religion, it connects us with something larger than ourselves without the politics that come with institutionalized religion.

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: Stay Away from Our Vaginas, Gwyneth Paltrow

Gwyneth Paltrow expands her empire built on medical pseudoscience with new Netflix show, “The Goop Lab.”

Does Representation Still Matter at the Golden Globes?: A Point/Counterpoint

Though the Golden Globes made progress around inclusion in 2019, it still has major issues with diversity.

BitchReads: 9 Essay Collections Feminists Should Read in 2020

Writing an essay collection requires an enhanced level of self-interrogation as well as an ability to weave myriad ideas together through a single theme.

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: “Marvel’s Runaways” Says Goodbye to Fans’ Favorite Girlfriends

Queer fans were enamored with the rainbow lesbian superhero and her goth bisexual witch girlfriend.

BitchReads: 17 Memoirs Feminists Should Read in 2020

Tapping into a person’s unique experience and seeing the world through their eyes for a few hundred pages can expand our individual worldview.

BitchWatch: The Most Anticipated Movies of 2020

From a strong start with Little Women to Janelle Monáe in Antebellum. 

Very Online: Feminist Publishers Are Finding Alternatives to Facebook Overlords

The patriarchy is in the algorithms.

Popaganda: The Feminist Beauty Secrets of Witches

Carmen learns about the closely connected histories of witchy feminist movements and patriarchy-smashing glamour magic, how to cast spells for self-love and social change, and what makes a bar of soap into a magically political self-care device.

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