By Cory Doctorow I love Jen Wang’s work: her debut graphic novel Koko Be Good was thought-provoking and challenging and beautiful; “In Real Life,” her adaptation of my story Anda’s Game took the tale to places that delighted and surprised me — today, Firstsecond publishes The Prince and the Dressmaker, which I believe will beRead More
If a young girl wanted to participate in a pirate event at Disneyland, it’s unimaginable that she would be turned away because she’s a girl. But Noah, a 3-year-old boy, who was “buzzing with excitement” when he heard about the Disneyland Paris princess-for-a-day event (his favorite Disney character is Elsa from Frozen), was banned fromRead More
Scientific American dedicates its September issue to The New Science of Sex and Gender, and sociobiologists haven’t been in this kind of tizzy since the Emmy-nominated Bill Nye episode about sex and gender.
Above: the usual suspects getting upset.
From the intro to the issue by the editors:
By Cory Doctorow Before Laurie Penny was a brilliant young feminist novelist, she was a brilliant young essayist, blazing through the British (and then the world’s) media with column after column that skewered social ills on what Warren Ellis aptly dubbed her “red pen of justice.”
Bitch Doctrine, published today, collects dozensRead More
522 Shares Image: Vicky Leta / Mashable By Rebecca Ruiz2017-07-04 04:00:00 UTC For way too long, people have played menstruation for laughs. These hilarious jokes usually come back to a familiar punch line: Women just can’t function when they bleed. It’s not just a joke, either. That trope has been used by men and womenRead More
Female-identified people, do you resent conventions related to swimming, the covering of breasts, the removal of hair and the possession of junk? Beloved’s $45 Sexy Chest swimsuit may be just the thing! (via JWZ)
report this ad Etsy seller Kooj of Northfield, NJ (everything is legal in New Jersey!) makes beautiful, well-reviewed handmadeRead More