feminism

Jezebel Ain’t Loyal: When Feminist Spaces Show Their True (Lack Of) Colors

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Today, ladies, women, girls and femmes, we’re going to talk about Dodai Stewart. Who is Dodai Stewart, you ask? Well, I’ll tell you. She’s probably one of the most witty, consistently smart writers-editors on these interwebs. And she reps Jezebel.com to the death of her....

Watch: H.S. Boys Discuss Feminism and Intersectionality

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Ask any high school boy to define feminism, and you may get a blank stare – unless he’s a student at LREI. A group of male students from the private NYC high school recently took a feminism course and made a video discussing how and...

Pharrell on Being a Feminist: ‘I Don’t Think It’s Possible’ Because ‘I’m a Man’

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Pharrell Williams may have named his latest album G I R L because of his love and admiration for women, but he doesn’t think that qualifies him to be a feminist. In an interview with the UK’s Channel 4, Skateboard P had an interesting—and quite...

bell hooks on Beyoncé: She Is a ‘Terrorist’ Because of Her ‘Impact On Young Girls’

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Last night, The New School hosted a dynamic conversation between Black women activists and creatives titled “Are You Still a Slave?” The group, which included filmmaker Shola Lynch, author Marci Blackman, feminist icon and scholar bell hooks, and activist and author Janet Mock, focused on...

‘Guardian’ Writer Blasts Beyoncé for Calling Herself ‘Mrs. Carter,’ Says It’s Unfeminist

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Another day, another Beyoncé think piece has hit the web, but while I’m inclined to ignore 98% of them, this one just seems ridiculous. Writing for the Guardian, pop culture writer Marina Hyde argues Beyoncé, as a self-proclaimed feminist, is setting a bad example for...