Blog Profile / Bibliobitch


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Archived Since:January 22, 2010

Blog Post Archive

New Music Monday: Carry Illinois

Katie Presley How does one start again? When is the end really the end, and when is the end a seed to the next beginning? Austin, Tex. band Carry Illinois found itself grappling with those questions in March 2016, when a founding member of the band died tragically. Show More Summary

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup

Bitch HQ  Want to get this weekday roundup in your inbox? Sign up at the bottom of this post! • The “Pepsi-fication” of resistance has a long and ugly history. [The Establishment] • Maxine Waters actually held an “Auntie Maxine’s Tax Day March Open Mic Reception.” She is really the best. Show More Summary

Fast Feminism, Cheap Talk

Fragility Andi Zeisler Every issue of Bitch magazine features intersectional feminist perspectives on a specific theme. For 21 years, we've taken deep dives into everything from Love and Lust to Maps & Legends to Family Values. But limiting...Show More Summary

Some Of Us Are Brave

White Feminism Tamara Winfrey Harris Women in the public eye are more comfortable than ever to claim feminism. It’s not just activists and academics, but authors, actresses, and pop divas, too. Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Lena Dunham, Beyoncé—it is the era of the celebrity feminist. Show More Summary

BitchTapes: Asian and Asian-American Rock Stars

Katie Presley The world's most populous continent is ridiculously underrepresented in mainstream music. Asia is made up of 48 countries, and is home to 60% of the world's population. Why, then, are artists of Asian heritage routinely left out of music coverage? This week's mix is a crash course in some of my favorite Asian and Asian-American artists. Show More Summary

Get Out of Gilead

The Handmaid's Tale Priya Nair I fell in love with science fiction through the anthology Octavia’s Brood: Science Fiction Stories from Social Justice Movements. This collection, which was coedited by Walidah Imarisha and adrienne maree...Show More Summary

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup

Bitch HQ  Want to get this weekday roundup in your inbox? Sign up at the bottom of this post! • Yes! The Dear White People trailer is here. [The Mary Sue] • If you are sexually assaulted in an immigration detention center, it's very likely your case won't be investigated if you report it. Show More Summary

Fast Feminism, Cheap Talk

Andi Zeisler Every issue of Bitch magazine features intersectional feminist perspectives on a specific theme. For 21 years, we've taken deep dives into everything from Love and Lust to Maps & Legends to Family Values. But limiting ourselves...Show More Summary

Popaganda: Journalism in a "Post Truth" World

Donald Trump Sarah Mirk The line between fiction and reality, between what was once unthinkable and what is now happening, comes across as very blurred in news coverage of Donald Trump. But a lot of lines shouldn’t be blurry. There are things that are true. Show More Summary

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup

Bitch HQ  Want to get this weekday roundup in your inbox? Sign up at the bottom of this post! • Texas might have an innovative way to end their rape kit backlog. [NPR] • Can Maxine Waters be our president? [Salon] • Another entry inShow More Summary

Trump, Roger, and Other Ailments at Fox News

Donald Trump, Fox News Dahlia Grossman-Heinze Bill O’Reilly has occupied his perch as the scolder patriarch of Fox News since 1996, but his reign might finally be coming to an end. On April 1, the New York Times reported they found five...Show More Summary

"How Do You Do Feminism?"

White Feminism Tamara Winfrey Harris Women in the public eye are more comfortable than ever to claim feminism. It’s not just activists and academics, but authors, actresses, and pop divas, too. Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Lena Dunham, Beyoncé—it is the era of the celebrity feminist. Show More Summary

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup

Bitch HQ  Want to get this weekday roundup in your inbox? Sign up at the bottom of this post! • There’s going to be a season two of Big Little Lies?! [Marie Claire] • Congratulations to Malala Yousafzai, who just became the youngest ever UN Messenger of Peace. Show More Summary

No One Looks For Black Girls

Brionne Janae “If you go missing, no one will look for you. No one looks for Black girls,” my aunt said leaning over to look me dead in the eye. On the television a girl about my age with shoulder-length blond hair and a friendly smile filled the screen as the voice of the newscaster asked us to call the local police if we had seen her. Show More Summary

The (Femme) Fire This Time

Maneo Mohale Maneo Mohale is the 2016 Bitch Media writing fellow in Global Feminism “What is my life if I am not visible? Contrary to what homosexual rhetoric suggests, my queerness and my radical femininity are not just retractable features of a grander being, who can comfortably exist in a cis-heteronormative society. Show More Summary

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup

Bitch HQ  Want to get this weekday roundup in your inbox? Sign up at the bottom of this post! • This is the first case Neil Gorsuch will participate in as a Supreme Court Justice (ugh). [Teen Vogue] • Gilmore Girls creator Amy Sherman-Palladino...Show More Summary

Meet your Mystics

witches Bitch HQ The list of rituals offered on the website of community-based healer, organizer, and ritual artist Dori Midnight seem to sum up her deft blend of the spiritual and the practical. There are healing rituals and fertility...Show More Summary

New Music Monday: Tkay Maidza

Katie Presley Even if I didn't love her sound (and I do), Tkay Maidza would have won my heart with her single "Carry On," which features the line "They say they comin' for me but I don't want none / Cause I really don't care and I'mShow More Summary

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup

Bitch HQ  Want to get this weekday roundup in your inbox? Sign up at the bottom of this post! • Gorsuch's impact on the Supreme Court will begin immediately. [The Los Angeles Times] • Remember when Ivanka was on Born Rich? [Jezebel] • Netflix is producing a feminist workplace drama that takes place in 1920s Madrid. Show More Summary

Backtalk: Pepsi Fail & The Harasser Factor

Amy Lam This week, Dahlia and Amy chat about bad Pepsi optics, capitalism, and cola. Pepsi's latest ad stars Kendall Jenner, the most cheerful group of protestors, and a slew of asinine signs. Profiting off of grassroots and the slew of recent protests is a new low, even for a soda company whose sole job is to serve up empty calories. Show More Summary

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