Drop links you tend to share widely because they do a great job explaining/clarifying basic feminist concepts or debunking anti-feminist myths/factoids. If a relevant link happens to be one of your own writings, then by all means shamelessly self-promote it! In particular, if you know of a post that would fit into the Further Reading section on any of the FAQs, please please please drop a link with that recommendation – I want to keep the related links fresh.
This is a double guest post, incorporating two separate presentations from the recent Melbourne Crytoparty event. Cryptoparties are grass-roots data security education activism – CryptoParties are free to attend, public, and are commercially non-aligned. Some of the information provided below is specific to Australian law; find a Cryptoparty MeetUp local to you if you want […]
It’d be great to find a book written with intersectionality in mind which contains info on slut-shaming, body positivity, abortion rights, internalised misogyny, etc., which is easy to understand and digest for young girls who aren’t educated about things like privilege and oppression and class, etc.
The Internet may provide the virtual megaphones for the cyberbullies, but it also provides anybody who wants them with megaphone-mufflers: there are virtual equivalents of answering machines, mail-sorters, personal assistants, roving security guards, butlers, valets, maids, bottlewashers and most importantly, garbage trucks.
I’ve decided to begin a new feature whereby interested readers can drop links they tend to share widely because they do a great job explaining/clarifying basic feminist concepts or debunking anti-feminist myths/factoids.
Events posted so far: SlutWalks continue around the globe – check out the SlutWalk Toronto website which is keeping tabs on the Satellite Slutwalks. This post is open to any social justice activist to spruik any upcoming event/activism outreach: protests, vigils, petitions, fundraisers, film nights, book launches, festivals etc. Guidelines: 1. Please include links to […]
This post is open to any social justice activist to spruik any upcoming event/activism outreach: protests, vigils, petitions, fundraisers, film nights, book launches, festivals etc. This June spruiking post is brought to you by the recently published novel Last Chance Cafe by Liz Byrski: