I write this article from a loving place. John Legend is my mom’s favorite artist, and I’ve been conditioned to enjoy his smooth R&B style. I’m not a diehard fan, but I definitely agree that he and his music are cool.
However, liking a celebrity doesn’t mean it’s my job to defend problematic behavior. Personally, I think it means the opposite. Since I respect this person, I want them to do better. ... Read More
BY Emma Tilden in Feminizzle on Jul 23, 2014 |
Fawny Phillips is a paragon of the Hobby Lobby employee. She crafts like no other and is using her skills to compensate for the corporation’s recently awarded freedom to enforce its religion on its employees. In “Hobby Lobby Employee Tutorial #1: DIY Birth Control,” she reminds us that, even without insured birth control, we can still get great contraceptives without breaking the bank! Take, for instance, her crocheted condoms and ... Read More
BY Emily Robinson in Feminizzle on Jul 23, 2014 |
Beyoncé has recently been hit by a media storm of rumors about a possible divorce from husband Jay-Z and other super toxic gossip. But our girl doesn’t let TMZ and E! News get her down. Instead, she stays rocking on that girl power by posting a picture of herself emulating one of the greatest feminist icons of all time.
Yesterday, Beyoncé took to Instagram as Rosie the Riveter, standing under the famous catchphrase, “We Can Do It!", not giving a ... Read More
BY Lex Ellenthal in Feminizzle on Jul 22, 2014 |
In a recent interview with InStyle Magazine, Zooey Deschanel let out a secret- not all women are dying to have babies! Dang it, Zooey, the men weren’t supposed to know!
In all seriousness, though, as someone who is not interested in having kids and hears all sorts of opinions on the topic (“You’re too young to decide!” “You just haven’t met the right guy yet!” “What if someday you’re with a guy who really wants ... Read More
BY BUST Magazine in Feminizzle on Jul 21, 2014 |
In case you didn't know:
Fat phobia is defined as a pathological fear of fatness.
"America manages to champion terrible food while also hating fat people."
I can distinctly remember a time when I realized that I had severe body issues. It was much earlier than you'd think. I believe I was about 8 and the words of my fat phobic, uncaring father and my disturbed, anorexic, ignorant stepmother Linda played like a record in my head. "Don't eat that or you'll get ... Read More