BY Katie Oldaker in Feminizzle on Sep 10, 2010 |
Personally, when I think of Girl Scouts, I think of cookies. I also think of an organization that encourages young women to explore new activities and cultures, widening the scope of their education. However, Hans Zeiger, a Republican candidate for Washington’s House of Representatives wouldn’t agree with that assertion. He alleges (in a personal blog that he attempted to delete, but was still cached, thanks to Google) that (and I am not making this ... Read More
BY Katie Oldaker in MyBlog on Sep 10, 2010 |
In possibly the most adorable attempt at viral marketing I've ever seen (sorry, Old Spice guy) IKEA released this behind-the-scenes video of an upcoming commercial to the internet yesterday. The premise is that, after the store had closed one night, they released 100 cats into the Wembley IKEA to just run around and be precious. The results are, of course, heart-warming.
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BY Katie Oldaker in Feminizzle on Sep 03, 2010 |
A disturbing New York Times article published this week brings to light a very scary reminder that the plight of feminism isn't over yet: poison gas attacks targeting all-girls schools in Afghanistan. According to an Afghan official, said attacks have been going on for two years, with two attacks occurring in the past week.
According to the article "The spokesman, Dr. Kargar Norughli, said his ministry and the World Health Organization had been ... Read More
BY Katie Oldaker in Feminizzle on Aug 30, 2010 |
The Republicans made a good choice with Sarah Palin. That’s the point Anna Holmes (editor of Jezebel.com) and Rebecca Traister (author of the forthcoming Big Girls Don’t Cry: The Election That Changed Everything for American Women) consider in their op-ed in the New York Times this past Sunday. And it’s an interesting one to consider: what ladies do the Democrats have? For the group that is supposed to be more liberal and open, their main player ... Read More
BY Katie Oldaker in Feminizzle on Jul 19, 2010 |
The official press releases for Rodarte's collection for MAC Cosmetics hit the internet last week to outrage. Their collection, Rodarte claims, was inspired by "a road trip that we took in Texas last year, from El Paso to Marfa." The collection includes shade names such as Factory and Juarez. Yes, Juarez, like the city (Cuidad Juárez) where femicide has been taking place for almost 10 years now, nearly unchecked.
Comments on the makeup blog Temptalia, one ... Read More