Feminist Friday 6/22

Feminist Friday 6/22

A weekly list of feminist thought from around the web.




Sessions Says Domestic and Gang Violence Are Not Grounds for Asylum by Katie Benner and Caitlin Dickerson

The Reporter who Exposed New York Times Star Glenn Thrush's Sexual Misconduct Says She Was the Victim of a Smear Campaign by Anna Merlan

A Major Scientific Society Says Harassment Derails Women's Careers. Critics Say the Group Hasn't Done Enough by Sarah Brown

The Encyclopedia of Women Philosophers: A New Website Present the Contributions of Women Philosophers, from Ancient to Modern by Josh Jones



This Picture Tells a Tragic Story of What Happened to Women After D-Day by Ann Mah

"Women Also Know History" Dismantling Gender Bias in the Academy by Keisha N. Blain and Karin Wulf

LISTEN: The Great Books Podcast: Emily Wilson

'Where the Need Is:' Tackling Teen Pregnancy with a Midwife At School by Selena Simmons-Duffin

Sexual Harassment is Rife in the Sciences, Finds Landmark US Study by Alexandra Witze

How Witches and Menstruation Myths Influenced Modern Recipes by Emily Monaco

The Stepmother or The Saint: How Fairy Tales Depict Different Facets of Motherhood by Cate Fricke

The End of Civil Rights by Vann R. Newkirk II

From the Archives: Intrepid Women: Elizabeth Thompson, Lady Butler: Painter of Battles & Soldiers by Susan Holloway Scott

If You Ever Hurt My Daughter I Swear to God I'll Let Her Navigate Her Own Emotional Growth by Sophie Kohn



I Am Also a We: The Radical Empathy of “Sense8”

I Am Also a We: The Radical Empathy of “Sense8”

Glitch vs. Abyss: On Queer Sci-Fi Webcomics

Glitch vs. Abyss: On Queer Sci-Fi Webcomics