Category Archive: Feminism

Lull

By Sika Wheeler Lull (2011; 5:33) directed/edited/filmed by Sika Wheeler music by Sika Wheeler and Anna Frate I made Lull over about two weeks at the end of 2011 after two seasons of… Continue reading

Crocheting, Cake, and Queerness: On Asexuality

By Elise Nagy Lately I’ve been thinking about how much I’d like to be able to join a club for asexuals. I know that might sound a little odd. You might wonder what… Continue reading

Redefining Body Image: An Interview With Haley Cue

By Elise Nagy Last weekend I had the chance to sit down for a cup of tea and a (Facebook) chat with the babeliest of babes, Detroit-based graphic designer and body positive activist… Continue reading

CLITORIS, VAGINA, MAJORA, MINORA

By Larissa Pham My mother never told me to use a hand mirror to give myself a look and she certainly never told me where to find anything and when I started bleeding… Continue reading

The Madama Butterfly Effect

Copyright 2010 Yale Daily News Publishing Company, Inc. All rights reserved. Reprinted with Permission. Self I // oils on found wood, no primer // Larissa Pham By Larissa Pham I have never been… Continue reading

Weekend Roundup

Here are some articles we’ve read and loved this week. Check them out! Taking It All Off: Black Women, Nudity, and the Politics of Touch by Brittney Cooper at The Crunk Feminist Collective… Continue reading

I Won’t Join Lady Gaga’s “Body Revolution”

By Shannon T. Rucker Editor’s note: Recently Lady Gaga has been criticized in tabloids for apparently gaining weight, and in response she launched a self proclaimed “Body Revolution,” kicking it off by posting… Continue reading

Can Feminism Be Taught? Can Feminism Be Learned?

By Sally Evans Following its publication, many people read Clementine Ford’s article at dailylife.com.au about the cultural sanctions on women’s sexual and reproductive freedom.  The commentary about that article, along with other discussions centring on… Continue reading