Originally posted for WAM!, January 5th 2012. I react to un-funny TV sitcoms that rely on gender stereotypes, specifically the (now canceled) show, “Work It!”.
Originally posted for WAM! on December 13th, 2011. I respond to a piece on Campus Basement titled “10 Ways to Fool a Sorority Girl Into Bed.”
Originally posted for WAM! (Women, Action and the Media) on December 12th, 2011. This is a summary of our 16 day blogging campaign, in solidarity with the Rutgers University 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence campaign. We highlighted WAMmers working to end gender violence.
Originally posted November 30th. Special guest post for Bitch Flicks during their animated films for children series. I talk about re-watching The Nightmare Before Christmas through an adult, feminist perspective.
Originally posted November 5th for WAM!. I talk about “No Shave November” and some of the hateful feedback directed at women who dare to go unshaven.
Originally posted October 31st, 2011 for WAM!. I take on the increasingly ridiculous notion of “sexy ____” Halloween costumes for women and girls.
Originally posted to Gender Focus on October 26th, 2011. I discuss the shameful decision of lawmakers in Topeka Kansas to legalize domestic violence.
Originally posted October 21st, 2011 for WAM! (Women Action and the Media). Steven Greenstreet started a blog called “Hot Chicks of Occupy Wall Street” and, surprisingly, some people have a problem with that.
Originally posted to Gender Focus on October 10th, 2011. I describe my very first encounter with Occupy Boston.
Originally posted September 29th, 2011 at Gender Focus. I discuss the sexist double standard surrounding a Member of Parliament’s Photoshopped cleavage.
Originally posted September 22nd, 2011 at Gender Focus.
Originally posted September 16th, 2011 at Gender Focus.
This originally appeared in the Reverb issue of Bitch Magazine, summer 2011. I discuss voyeuristic objectification and the blurred lines between sex and food on the internet cooking show Epic Meal Time.