BY Claire Filipek in General on Apr 16, 2014 |
The poster as seen from the artists' own drone #NotABugSplat
The project is known by the hashtag “Not A Bug Splat” because the phrase "bug splats" is military slang often used by drone operators to refer to killings. "Bug splats." Did we just enter the world of the sci-fi novel Ender’s Game?! It is no wonder that activists sought a new approach to confront this insensitivity and also raise awareness to the horrific reality of civilian ... Read More
BY Claire Filipek in General on Apr 09, 2014 |
I’m a huge sloth fan. I did a project on them in fourth grade and have been hooked ever since. I even made fan art, people:
Maybe it’s because I find their give-no shits attitude toward moving inspiring… and it totally makes me feel better about neglecting my gym membership…
Regardless, sloth- activist, Monique Pool, is my hero/has my dream job.Pool founded Green Heritage Fund Suriname as a sloth rescue center out of her ... Read More
BY Claire Filipek in Feminizzle on Mar 11, 2014 |
This story sent chills down my body, so be forewarned.
A stabbing in Sweden blighted an International Women’s Day celebration. Nazis are to blame. Yes you read right... after a WOMEN'S ANTI - VIOLENCE demonstration, a group of feminists were ATTACKED... BY NAZIS. According to multiple left-wing Swedish news sources, the group of feminists were attacked at 1am, leaving a “Reclaim the Night” demonstration on March 9th.
It ... Read More
BY kelsey haight in Feminizzle on Mar 10, 2014 |
The International Women’s Day festivities were properly kicked off by Google this past Saturday with an interactive and informative doodle. Ryan Germick, Google Doodle's team leader said,"International Women's Day is a really hard topic. How do you summarize what women represent in a graphic?"
Their doodle displayed international unity, as the homepage lit up from smiling faces of women around the globe wishing everyone a ... Read More
The feminist Twitter goddess Suey Park, responsible for December’s activist hashtag #NotYourAsianSidekick, has a special gift for us: #ActivistPickUpLines. From its inception, feminism has been a complicated uphill battle with its fair share of internal conflict, not to mention that we live in a world where people shy away from the movement because of prejudice and stereotypes; it’s quite refreshing to see some witty feminist conversation making ... Read More