1. saturdaychores:

Saturday Chores #6, July 5, 2014
This sign was all Grayson’s idea. I couldn’t stop laughing.

this couple is an inspiration.

    saturdaychores:

    Saturday Chores #6, July 5, 2014

    This sign was all Grayson’s idea. I couldn’t stop laughing.

    this couple is an inspiration.

    Reblogged from: saturdaychores
  2. Best Feminist Films: An Essential List – Flavorwire

    I think this list needs some Deepa Mehta (either Water or Fire), but still, there are many films on here I need to check out.

    taekwonjew and I talked about it yesterday morning and we’re going to start with Alien (which I haven’t seen before since it’s scary).

  3. These songs, which presume to assure women that they are attractive (and, by extension, worthwhile), assume that the singer’s relationship to our bodies overrules our relationship with them. All of our primping — our “fixing makeup, just so” — has a pointed objective, namely to be found attractive by men. And allegedly, what a relief to find out we don’t need to be doing any of it at all!
  4. klodt:

Via vastlydifferentsizesofinfinity

Perfect shirt is perfect

    klodt:

    Via vastlydifferentsizesofinfinity

    Perfect shirt is perfect

    Reblogged from: klodt
  5. Rape isn’t entertainment, it’s a never-more pressing outrage that is not to be enjoyed with a glass of Merlot and a few cheese straws as you watch your “edgy” TV drama. There are more refuges, more sexual assaults and women are now seen as sex objects on an unprecedented scale.
  6. Reblogged from: vidacount
  7. 
The term “abortion comedy” has been used to describe Obvious Child, but that narrows the scope of all that the movie really is. Yes, it most definitely is a hilarious film wherein a woman has an abortion. But I think of it more as a great feminist romantic comedy.

[Review: Obvious Child | Slackerwood]
    The term “abortion comedy” has been used to describe Obvious Child, but that narrows the scope of all that the movie really is. Yes, it most definitely is a hilarious film wherein a woman has an abortion. But I think of it more as a great feminist romantic comedy.

    [Review: Obvious Child | Slackerwood]

  8. Bringing in a Strong Female Character™ isn’t actually a feminist statement, or an inclusionary statement, or even a basic equality statement, if the character doesn’t have any reason to be in the story except to let filmmakers point at her on the poster and say “See? This film totally respects strong women!”
  9. Laverne Cox: "I Absolutely Consider Myself a Feminist" | Dame Magazine



  10. Brooke talks with Deanna Zandt, co-creator of the Tumblr “When Women Refuse”, about the potency of the hashtag to shed light on everyday misogyny.
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