Whedon, then, delivers a speech on the term “feminist” without any reference to feminist history, without any apparent awareness of feminist theory, and without even any demonstrated knowledge of the most important objections or conflicts around the term “feminist,” the use of which he is purportedly discussing.
It’s that time of the month again with Call for Feminism 101 Links III, and a guest post – Feminism Friday: What can I do, right now today, to help stop sexual violence
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I’d appreciate some feedback and especially additional tips and tricks that I have overlooked in my latest #FF101 post | Cyberbullies 101: Part 1 – muffling their megaphones
called Finally, A Feminism 101 Blog. Revived after a long period of neglect. It’s a links round-up blog of existing articles/posts/essays on the simpler side of feminist theories, and is meant to be a general resource for the fem-blog community, with occasional announcements/activism alerts as well. Yes, I am looking for co-bloggers there if anyone is interested in coming on… Read more →