Feminist Friday 6/27

Feminist Friday 6/27

A weekly list of feminist thought from around the web.



For Women of Color on Medicaid, Health-Care Options More Likely to Include Catholic Hospitals by Amy Littlefield

You saw me covered in blood on a bus. But do you get outraged about all homophobia? by Chris


Megan Rapinoe isn’t here to make you comfortable by Jerry Brewer

Alanis Morissette on Pregnancy at 45, Childbirth, Postpartum Depression, and #MeToo by Nicole Cliffe

The death and rebirth of Sleater-Kinney by Alex Robert Ross

‘Avengers,’ But Make It Without Women, Or Men Hugging, Or Levity In General by Neda Ulaby

How Tessa Boffin, One of the Leading Lesbian Artists of the AIDS Crisis, Vanished From History by Ksenia M. Soboleva

No male editor has ever accepted my pitches on abortion by Meghan Winter

Why Won’t Democratic Men Get Angry? by Mike Klee

Lavender Scare: The Historic LGBTQ Witch Hunt You Might Not Know About by Gretchen Brown

A gay first lady? Yes, we’ve already had one, and here are her love letters. by Gillian Brockell

The Forgotten Trans History of the Wild West by Sabrina Imbler

This Is How Employers Weed Out Disabled People From Their Hiring Pools by Wendy Lu

Reflections on the Plantationocene: A Conversation with Donna Haraway and Anna Tsing by Gregg Mitman

Androgyny Is Now Fashionable in the W.N.B.A. by Britni de la Cretaz

Why Queer Women Are Obsessed With the US Women’s National Soccer Team by Jill Gutowitz

The hired guns of Instagram by Kaitlyn Tiffany

The Re-released Paris Is Burning Brings Us into the Future by Kyle Turner

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