An alternatingly brilliant and incoherent essay continues to fascinate.
(AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin) Steve Bannon on January 16, 2018, on Capitol Hill E verybody’s worried about the men. Steve Bannon. Katie Roiphe. Donald J. Trump. Whether in response to the generalized fury of the #MeToo movement, or allegations...Show More Summary
“You are a moron wrapped inside a moron.”
Katie Roiphe’s Harper‘s cover story is here, and it is predictably awful. Its only value is the response pieces it has produced. Rebecca Traister: No, the dynamic Roiphe is describing is not really about being muzzled; it’s about speaking publicly with the understanding that you will likely be challenged on what you say, and in […]
KYLE SMITH: Feminists Seize the Moment for Sisterly Revenge. And Katie Roiphe gets bashed for documenting the reaction of women who see and disapprove of the overreaction. “It’s hard to escape a sense that feminists see the moment as one of sisterly revenge against men in general. Big-eyed Timmy didn’t call or even text you […]
#MeToo has started a robust, complicated conversation — whether or not she’s listening.
KATIE ROIPHE: How Twitter Feminism Is Bad For Women.
It's not silencing if we can still hear you.
She conveniently writes off all her dissenters as “Twitter feminists.”
The row over whether author Katie Roiphe planned to out the creator of the ‘Shitty Media Men List’ crystallized competing ideologies and activism within modern feminism.
Literary Twitter erupted; a co-founder of The Toast offered to pay writers if they pulled their articles from Harper's in protest; writers did - and other publications lined up buy those articles. Madeleine Aggeler reports on how things went down and how the magazine responded.
The story of the “Shitty Media Men” document – specifically, the threat of the doxxing of its creator by Harper’s magazine and (hashtag problematic) writer Katie Roiphe, and the preemptive self-outing of creator Moira Donegan in a confessional essay at The Cut – is a fascinating and complicated one, delving into complex issues of harassment, […]
It’s been a nauseating 72 hours of doxxing threats, self-outing, and the reemergence of Katie Roiphe.
BRENDAN O’NEILL: The Misogyny of #MeToo: The rage against Katie Roiphe exposes feminism’s hatred of women. “The outpouring of hatred for Roiphe has been astonishing, even by the low standards of Twitter debate and 21st-century virtual intolerance. Guardian feminist Jessica Valenti swiftly did to Roiphe what she accuses men of doing to female journalists: tried […]
After yesterday's troubles regarding the now infamous Shitty Media Men list and its origins, wherein fears that Harpers Magazine and Katie Roiphe would out its creator, women started coming forward to claim authorship before they could be outed. Mandy Stadtmiller...
[Content Note: Rape culture.]After Harper's scheduled for its March edition an article by anti-feminist Katie Roiphe, in which she was preparing to out the anonymous creator of the Shitty Media Men list, an outpouring of righteous contempt...Show More Summary
The writer weighed in on the Harper’s controversy.
There were rumors she was going to “out” the woman behind the Shitty Media Men list.
Harper's Magazine plans to publish a Katie Roiphe article in their March issue that will out the creator of the Shitty Media Men list.
Word went out that an article would identify a creator of a list of media industry men accused of sexual harassment. Women urged writers to push back.