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Prop 8 - The Musical

I wish once a week, it was “musical day,” where we sort out our disagreements through song. What would you like to see a musical about?

I love rock, and roll, and. . . Twilight?

So, in the latest Twilight-related news story, teen queen Kristin Stewart is going to play rocker Joan Jett in a new Runaways biopic. Is Stewart cool enough to pull this off? Is Twilight going to take over all of our lives and turn each of us into a bland-yet-attractive teenage vampire? Weigh in after the jump!

Bitch seeks highly-skilled editor

Please spread as far and wide as you possibly can...

B-Word/Bitch is a 12-year-old feminist nonprofit media organization that interrogates commercial culture via a magazine, a website, and assorted other media and outreach vehicles. Our founding editorial and creative director is transitioning to a broader organizational role, and so B-Word/Bitch is looking to hire a highly skilled...

You Be the BF and I'll Be the GF

Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt are easily TV's most hated couple. He's such a douche! She's such a pushover! And while Heidi always seems on the brink of coming to her senses breaking it off, their recent elopement would suggest otherwise.

Heidi's said publicly that they're both just playing parts, but why does the only remotely stable relationship on The Hills play out as boy = villain...

Superhero Diversity Gets the Axe

Bad news in the superhero world over the past few months: the downturn in the economy is impacting comic book publishers, and both Marvel and DC Comics are canceling a whole of bunch of their midlist superheroes. Unfortunately, the midlist is where a lot of titles featuring women and superheroes of color live in the comic book world. As a result, comic book diversity seems to be the biggest...

Body Politic: Kate Winslet in The Reader

As the Oscar buzz starts to build (already!) this month, get ready to hear a lot about Kate Winslet. The five-time Oscar nominee is likely to be both a Best Actress and a Best Supporting Actress nominee (Oscar rules prohibit her from being nominated twice in one category) for her two upcoming films, The Reader and Revolutionary Road. Winslet has been focusing most of her promotional efforts...

Free to pee, you and me.

We talk a lot on this blog, and in the magazine, about the problems that come with dividing the entire world up into two distinct categories: men and women. Us savvy feminists know that there is a lot more to gender than that, and that lots of us don't necessarily like being forced to identify as just one thing or another, especially when the two categories have been socially...

Get Offensive in New York City!

Bitch readers no doubt remember Andi Zeisler's interview, "A Good Offense," with the snort-inducing Kate Rigg and Julie Goldman from our last issue. This Friday and Saturday only, Julie Goldman's Offensive Women monthly comedy show is having a two-night special at the Zipper Factory in NYC presented by none other than Eve Ensler! Read on for show details, video, and a chance to...

Romantic Comedies: Still Not That Into You

Greetings, everyone! My name is Tammy Oler, and I’ve been a contributor to Bitch for about five years. I’m thrilled to be joining the blogging team here. With “The Female Gaze,” I’ll be focusing a feminist eye on what’s new and making news in film, including new releases, trends and industry buzz.

There’s already a bunch of romantic comedies slated for...

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