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#MeToobin Reveals How Little We’ve Moved the Needle on Workplace Harassment

A wide swath of people still shrug at or even delight in the spectacle of a man turning the workplace into an environment for sexual gratification without consent.

Backtalk: Rage On

This week, Dahlia and Amy reflect on the past years of pop culture, feminism, and rageful conversations. Read more »

Dead Wrong: AMC’s “The Preppy Murder” Revisits a Shameful Perversion of Justice

Women’s lives, their senses of self, their career options, and their public images remain collateral when it comes time to uphold those same things for the men who harmed them.  Read more »

Katie Hill Is Not a Perfect Victim. Here’s Why That Matters.

What happens when someone is both a victim and a victimizer? Read more »

#MeToo’s ‘Moment’ Isn’t Ending—It’s Just the First Step

Systemic and widespread institutional change is still desperately needed in order to ensure that positive outcomes for sexual-violence survivors match the fervor with which advocates have embraced the ethos of the #MeToo movement. Read more »

What Happens When Men’s Careers Are “Ruined” by Sexual Misconduct Allegations

As we now know, Aziz Ansari, like so many other predatory men in Hollywood, is doing just fine. Read more »

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: The Futility of Trump's Oval Office Address

Even Trump reportedly said the speech was pointless. Read more »

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: How Elderly Patients Get Left Behind by #MeToo

Elderly and disabled patients experience high rates of sexual assault and abuse that are often dismissed. Read more »

All the Douchebags of 2018

All of this year’s douchebags in one place. Read more »

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: Hannah Gadsby Calls out “Good Men”

Hannah Gadsby is a national treasure. Read more »

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: PETA Brings Home the Racism

PETA compared racist and homophobic slurs to the phrase “bring home the bacon”…because of course they did. Read more »

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