BY BUST Magazine in General on Apr 06, 2012 |
Reviewed by Melynda Fuller
Barnheart: The Incurable Longing for a Farm of One’s Own
By Jenna Woginrich
At some point, every city-dweller utters the words, “I wish I could just move to the country and start a farm.” In her new memoir, writer Jenna Woginrich lays out that idyllic landscape found so often in the deep sighs of those who feel trapped by urban life. After a short stint as a homesteader in Idaho, Woginrich takes a job in rural ... Read More
BY Intern Ginny in Feminizzle on Apr 06, 2012 |
As conservative politicians continue to litter the world with disgusting and offensive sound bites about women, it's a relief to finally hear someone talk some sense. And an even bigger relief when that person is the President.
Speaking about women and the economy this morning, President Obama reiterated the should-be-totally-obvious fact that women are actual individuals! He stated, "There’s been a lot of talk about women and women’s issues lately, as ... Read More
BY Intern Kerishma in Feminizzle on Apr 06, 2012 |
Despite my issues with TIME magazine, I love the annual “Most Influential” people list. Maybe it’s because it brings to my attention people around the world who are making changes (both positive and negative), or maybe it’s because they named me “Person of the Year” in 2006.
Though TIME has yet to honor me and my greatness since 2006, they’ve honored more upstanding women than myself for 2012. Voting went live on Monday ... Read More
BY Intern Caroline in Feminizzle on Apr 06, 2012 |
It's campaign season, so y'all know what that means… PRESIDENTIAL BARBIES!!!Pre-orders for the "I Can Be…President Barbie"doll began yesterday. This is the fifth re-incarnation of President Barbie, and this time she's available in a variety of versions that aim to be more representative of all girls.
This week saw more and more politicians throwing their support behind Hillary in 2016, making Mattel's rendition even more compelling. I think ... Read More
BY Intern Kelsie in General on Apr 06, 2012 |
The Hunger Games are maybe the antithesis of anything hipster--a multi-million dollar blockbuster written for twelve year olds and playing at only the most mainstream of multiplexes? Definitely not standard hipster fare. For some reason, though, the young adult series has really struck a chord in my circle of tattooed, bespectacled, bicycle-riding twenty-something friend group. We can't get enough of Katniss Everdeen.Reading the books, I couldn't help but wonder ... Read More