Category Archives: feminism
So: Toss out the idea that there must be unanimous consent, or even majority agreement, that something is sexist for it to be determined as such. In fact, toss out the idea that sexism is determined by subjective opinion altogether.
The 2008 roundup is at Diary of a Goldfish
Shakesville: We Write Letters This blog resolves to acknowledge our social privileges without defensiveness, to welcome the comments and contributions of socially marginalised voices, and when our work builds on the ideas of others we will fully attribute our debt to their work. We will no doubt get it wrong at times. Call us on […]
I’ve got a health crisis within the family to deal with, so my internet time will be devoted to finding out about that for a while. I’ll keep track of comments and moderation of same, but there won’t be any major posts from me here for the next few weeks. I’ll still be posting snippets […]
Some stories which this week: Broadsheet: Breaking the mirrored ceiling A new report by the Fawcett Society, a women’s rights organization, tackles the usual corporate culprits: the glass ceiling, the wage gap and sexual harassment. But it adds a lesser-heard complaint to the list: London’s corporate strip club culture. In London, lap dances and stripteases […]
The organisers of Canada’s Third Annual Feminist Porn Awards (Toronto, April 4th and 5th 2008) think so. In 2006 we decided that it’s not enough to criticize adult films for not adequately representing women’s – and in many cases, men’s – sexuality. So we decided to do something about it. As porn star and performance […]