Feminist Friday 3/21

Feminist Friday 3/21

A weekly list of feminist thought from around the web.



In Texas, a Quiet Effort to Protect ‘Conversion Therapy’ Is Underway by Alys Brooks

Georgia’s Total Abortion Ban Would Give Rights to a Fertilized Egg by Ari Bee

‘Dungeons & Dragons’ Anthology Presents Female Monster in New Light by Christian Hoffer

Brownsville girl On Her Way To Becoming Chess Master by Kathleen Cullton

Influencer Elly Mayday Dies from Ovarian Cancer - After Doctors Initially Dismissed Her Symptoms by Faith Barr

[WATCH] In a stunning lawsuit, U.S. women’s soccer team challenges pay, working conditions by PBS News Hour

Female cyclist forced to stop after catching up to men in prestigious Belgium race by Christopher Brito


Lindy West Is Watching Herself: The co-creator of Shrill on life after the internet by Madeleine Aggeler

Male and female writers’ media coverage reveals ‘marked bias’ by Alison Flood

A Single Life Full of People by Rachel Vorona Cote

There’s No Such Thing as a ‘Real’ Woman by Amanda Mull

A Gynecologist for the Self-Care Generation by Katie Heaney

This GoPro for You Dick Is Ridiculous by Samantha Cole

All I Want to See is Trans Mediocrity on TV by Colette Arrand

Wayne’s World director Penelope Spheeris on leaving Hollywood behind: “They can blow me” by Katie Rife

13 Women & Non-Binary People With Chronic Illnesses Share How They Get Through Their Worst Days by Suzannah Weiss

Gender, Confidence, and Who Gets To Be an Expert by Jean Marie Maier

Moving Histories review: A Fresh take on Irish women’s emigration by Sinead McCoole

Edit Hippins (1854-1945): A Forgotten Female Artist by Heather Hind

Tales of ancient women by Federica Micucci

The story of Monopoly: how Charles stole Lizzie’s idea and made a fortune by European

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