This will be the first in a column series about me justifying how often I watch rom coms and then hating myself for it. The predictable plot of rom coms just sticks a knife in when the romantic conflict reaches… Read More ›
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Pop culture analyses, reviews, and “fun” pieces that are related to media and culture
Looking for a last-minute way to show your love for your partner and your support for labor? The good folks at the AFL-CIO have you in mind with their Union Made Valentine’s Day Shopping List. The post did go up over… Read More ›
Want to say “I love you” like a true Lady Economist? Looking for a way to model your feelings? Click here for ready-to-go Valentine’s Day graphs for that special economist in your life. My favorite and other treasures here.
Feminist superhero comics! Defeat the powers of patriarchy!
In twitter awesomeness, hashtag trend #INeedMasculismBecause about masculism (which is a real thing, apparently): @machoke_ebooks: #ineedmasculismbecause im honestly surprised when girls dont cater to me like my mom does @toffer: #INeedMasculismBecause white privilege and middle class privilege are just not enough privileges for me…. Read More ›
I know that Beyoncé has very standard (extreme) beauty and she performs gender with the best of them, but g-d damn is she fierce. At the Superbowl Halftime Show she had an all lady band backing her up and made… Read More ›
As if rolling hills, maple syrup, and cheddar cheese weren’t enough to win my affections, the Great State of Vermont has found another way to be better than pretty much everywhere else. Next week the Statehouse will open ‘Labor of… Read More ›
Comedienne and Prime-Time-Girl-Crush Amy Poehler wins our hearts once again for her NBC show Parks and Recreation, in which Leslie Knope, an over-eager, Biden-loving, Hilary-worshiping local bureaucrat turned city councilor makes the world a greener and more feminist place in… Read More ›