Feminist Friday 10/26

Feminist Friday 10/26

A weekly list of feminist thought from around the web.


Planned Parenthood Announced Multi-Million Dollar Plan to Protect and Expand Abortion Access in Face of Hostile Supreme Court

“Practical Magic” is 20 Years Old and Just as Relevant as Ever by Alanna Bennett

When Asian Women Are Harassed for Marrying Non-Asian Men by Celeste Ng

Pioneer of women’s football in Mexico is latest victim of Tijuana violence by Nina Lakhani

Shirin Aliabadi, Iranian Artist With a Focus on Women, Dies at 45 by Katharine Q. Seelye

Celebrity Physicist Lawrence Krauss Will Retire from Arizona State in Wake of Harassment Investigation by Peter Aldhous


A Narrow History of Feminism Impoverishes Activism by Michelle Moravec

Theory Matters: Sex, Gender, and Alzheimer’s Disease by Reiches, Meredith, Boulicault, Marion, Bruch, Joseph, Noll, Nicole, Shattuck-Heidorn, Heather, Weir, Brianna, and Richardson, Sarah.

Holy Spirits: The Power and Legacy of America’s Female Spiritualists by Diania London Potts

Sears’s ‘radical’ past: How mail-order catalogues subverted the racial hierarchy of Jim Crow by Antonia Noori Farzan

The Riot Grrrl spirit comes to video games by Emily Gera

Heidi Schreck on What the Constitution Means to Me (meaning her, and maybe you too) by Victoria Myers

“I’m not transphobic, but…”: A feminist case against the feminist case against transphobia by Lorna Finlayson, Katharine Jenkins, Rosie Worsdale

Cripple Perks: The Unreasonable Luxury of Living While Disabled by s.e. smith

On Female Rage by Colleen Tighe

One Year of #MeToo: What WOmen’s Speech is Still Not Allowed to Do by Jia Tolentino

Tighe: ‘Powerlifting Doesn’t Care What I Look Like by Karen Given

My Husband Doesn’t Want Me to Be a Firefighter by Amy Murillo, as told to K.L. Romo

Dear Runner’s World, Women’s Health & Amanda McCracken by Ellie Somers

Special Series: Feminist Librarianship & Technology

Special Series: Feminist Librarianship & Technology

Impaired Judgment: Gender and Traumatic Brain Injury

Impaired Judgment: Gender and Traumatic Brain Injury