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Americorp the Beautiful

B-word / Bitch Magazine is currently accepting applications for an Americorp employee to work here in our office in NE Portland. The stellar individual who takes on this job of "B-Word Outreach Coordinator" will be responsible for ramping up our connectons with individuals in Portland and around... Read more »

Innovative Douchebaggery

Tyrone Freeman, master of the secret arts of douchebaggery and former president of the United Long-Term Care Workers, a labor union in Los Angeles, has been banned for life from the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) for "misappropriating" over $1 million dollars of the union members'... Read more »

Calling all interns!

We are currently on the prowl for a fabulous intern to work in community outreach here in our office in beautiful NE Portland. Read more »

Gender Blender: Male privilege

Longtime Bitch contributor Jake Anderson-Minshall and Rebecca Nay are co-hosting a new radio show called Gender Blender, which aired this week on KBOO, our local community radio station here in Portland. The pilot episode explores the issue of male privilege and features perspectives from Portland... Read more »

For the love of all that is good...

If I had a list of wishes, pretty high up would be that people realize that Whole Foods Market... well... sucks. Here are a few reasons to avoid them and support your local grocer instead (if you're lucky enough to have one, that is):   Whole Foods violates their workers' rights to unionize,... Read more »

Enough! Resisting Capitalism

Thanks to Jessica Hoffmann for alerting me to a new project I'm thrilled to spread the word about: Enough: The Personal Politics of Resisting Capitalism Enough is a space for conversations about creating shared values and practices around wealth redistribution, how to sustain grassroots movements... Read more »

Come work at Bitch!

Please spread as far and wide as you possibly can... ---------- Here at Bitch, we're in search of a perfect someone to join our tiny but dedicated staff as a program director (full-time) at our office in Portland, Oregon. Someone bright, with a deep talent and love for analyzing media/pop culture... Read more »

About/for my dad

Since today is Father’s Day, I want to take some time to reflect on my dad, and try to start giving voice to some ideas and pain and anger that have been simmering in my mind. My dad died this past winter after a shitty and long battle with cancer (he was a life-long smoker). He was 67. Now I... Read more »

Resisting and organizing through creative media

I’m back in Portland, still processing and reflecting on my trip to the Midwest. I’ll be posting more about that soon, but in the meantime, I wanted to share this video about displacement/gentrification in Detroit, featuring Detroit-based female hip-hop artist, Invincible. It’s a... Read more »

Trying to keep up

Clearly I'm not one of those people who can keep my blog up-to-the-minute, but I want to mention two more things about my visit to Detroit, even though I'm actually two states beyond at this point. Before I left town, I had lunch with some staff members of Labor Notes, an incredible and radical... Read more »

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Dear Bear: My Partner Makes No Money. Is That a Problem?

Our advice columnist offers a lesson in anticapitalist self-care. Read more »

Why You Should Pay for Porn

If you’re a progressive middle-class individual, chances are you think about where your food comes from. Maybe you try to buy shoes that are... Read more »