BY Katie Fustich in Feminizzle on Sep 23, 2013 |
It’s always great to start off the day with a blood-boiling-ly bigoted piece of writing. It fuels the flames of feminism and reminds me why I still care, and why everyone else should care, about women's issues. Today, my inspiration wasn't hard to find: I bring to you one man’s take on how to spot a "slut." As it turns out, top-tier news source ReturnOfKings.com is offering up 24 simple signs that you can look for if you think a gal ... Read More
BY Hallie Marks in Feminizzle on Jul 22, 2013 |
The Internet confuses me. On the one hand, I’ve found an amazing feminist community full of support and open-mindedness. On the other hand, trolls. It’s gotten to the point where I almost can’t read comments on articles out of fear of MRA (Men’s Rights Activists) doing their thing. Sure, free speech is important and everyone is entitled to one’s own opinion. But I simultaneously feel hope and disappointment in humanity the more ... Read More
BY Darcy Sturges in Feminizzle on Jul 12, 2013 |
The gaming company is in an uproar because of, here’s a shocker, a woman.
Are you tired of this? I am. I am so, SO tired of the gaming community hating women. It’s old. Find something legit to complain about.
According to the Atlantic Wire, Julie Larson-Green is now the head of Xbox. You go, girl! I imagine she knew that taking this position would cause a lot of…talk. Let’s call it that. Larson-Green has had 19 years of ... Read More
BY Hallie Marks in Feminizzle on Jul 09, 2013 |
Remember when you were younger and you would start a sentence with "No offense, but..." whenever you were about to criticize someone? Yeah, it seems like some people never grow up. News flash: if you have to start out defending what you are going to say, you probably shouldn't be saying it!
One Twitter account, Yes, You're Sexist, has started calling out people for their sexist comments that are defended by the preface: "I'm not sexist, but..." Turns out, the ... Read More
Damn it, American Apparel. Why do you make it so easy to complain about you? It seems they just can’t stay away from over-sexualizing the female models in their ads, while completely leaving the men out of the spotlight!
In their new ad campaign for “unisex” clothing, AA has managed to take flannel and denim away from the standard sexy cowboy motif and throw it on the half-naked super model. I don't know about you, but I don't feel "sexy" in my flannel. I ... Read More