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For Women’s History Month, Bitch staffers share the titles that have influenced our feminist thinking, including work by Angela Davis, Audre Lorde, Julia Serano, Ida B. Wells-Barnett, Octavia Butler, and more.
Melissa Febos’s latest, “Body Work,” is a bold and exhilarating mix of memoir and master class.
Nia Jones, who is better known as Hoochie God, is using her platform to offer a safe space to Black women both online and in real life.
Distrust in the authority of traditional sources has led to the credulous embrace of online bunk.
Bitch interviewed Meghan O’Rourke, author of The Invisible Kingdom, about the gender bias in medicine and the plight of the “invisible” illness.
Kanye West’s pattern of public harassment is a textbook articulation of the intimate partner violence that commonly occurs after the end of the relationship.
We talked to “Another Appalachia” author Neema Avashia about anti-queer and anti-trans legislation, coping with loss, and how people are more than the politics of their communities.
Negative attitudes toward disability start with how athletes are framed in news coverage.
I’m unfollowing anyone who’s posted statements like, “I express solidarity with my Ukrainian brothers by switching from Moscow Mules to Mezcal Mules.”
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