BY Kelly Maxwell in Feminizzle on Jun 13, 2013 |
Who else is sick of seeing this sexist bullshit masquerading as tongue-in-cheek comedy all over the internet? Foodie site Bon Appetit has started a food series called Dudes Grilling Things. Grilling as a dude’s domain is nothing new, but the post stated that women couldn't grill with the boys, dig sports, or BE A FREAKING FORTUNE 500 CEO! What in the royal fuck!
Is this really what these dudes think of a lady who tries to ... Read More
BY Daisy Becerra in Feminizzle on Jun 13, 2013 |
The fight for gender equality in fiction lives on. For the past year, gendered book covers and the people fighting against them have highlighted the inner workings of sexism in the publishing biz. Who could forget the outcry over The Bell Jar’s 50th anniversary cover?
By the way, that cover is still featured on Google’s results page for the novel. Thanks for listening, publishers.
And what about author Jim Hines’ genius photo ... Read More
BY Hallie Marks in General on Jun 10, 2013 |
In today's feature of “How did these people get elected?” news, Governor Phil Bryant from Mississippi is blaming America’s troubled education system on working mothers.
Education is a hot topic in today’s political sphere, and while almost everyone can agree that our system needs to be reformed, how to do so and the causes of our failing education system are highly contested. On June 4th, The Washington Post, The Annie E. Casey ... Read More
BY Hallie Marks in General on Jun 07, 2013 |
Do you own a TV and/or eyeballs? Then chances are, you've seen a commercial for Viagra or some other drug that improves men’s sex drive. You know the kind - couples sitting in separate bathtubs on the beach, a man trying and failing to build a fire, people swing dancing in their kitchens for no reason.
But have you ever seen a commercial for drugs that boost lady libidos? No ma'am.A new pill being developed might change that. Lybrido, a sex drive ... Read More
BY Kelly Maxwell in Feminizzle on Jun 03, 2013 |
This isn’t the first time we've written about Anita Sarkeesian, of Feminist Frequency and Tropes vs. Women in Video Games. And we have a feeling that it won’t be our last. She has some amazing stuff in the works and it's guaranteed to ruffle internet feathers. (Because of the overwhelmingly negative reaction to her videos and the incredible voice of her supporters, she's already become an expert feather rustler. Now anything she does automatically becomes a ... Read More