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- Community radio and the frequency of struggle
- June/July 2007
- Love’s Labour Lost?
- May 2007
- “Men’s rights” and the political uses of victimhood
- From the Rubble
- Coal Comfort in an Upside-Down World
- Tapped Resources
Making Space for Aboriginal Feminism
Book review of Making Space for Aboriginal Feminism
10 straight questions
Let’s face it: there are lots of heterosexuals out there! Why not take a few moments to learn a little more about them?
Bitchfest: Ten years of cultural criticism from the pages of Bitch Magazine
Book review of Bitchfest
Film review of Antonia
These underground, illegal operations seek to reconfigure female and male bodies in ways that make society squirm, challenging our most deeply held traditional notions of beauty and gender.
Status of Women vs. the status quo
While particular communities will be injured by the Harper government’s actions, it is ultimately democracy itself that is hurt.
The current state of international LGBTQ activism does not speak to the needs and demands of the majority of LGBTQs, especially in the Global South. Instead, the agenda of such a movement can be seen as the projection of the demands of mainstream Northern LGBTQ social movements as “universal.”
Third-wave feminism has overlapped so much with “girl culture,” Do It Yourself aesthetics, indie-rock and burlesque that it’s hard to see where the actual movement is.
Our gender identities, in all their complicated incarnations, continue to limit the choices and opportunities of many of us. In the face of an ongoing ideological onslaught against equality for women and sexual minorities, Briarpatch throws gender in the blender—and whips up a challenging and thought-provoking blend of ideas and…
Test your F.Q.
Hey you with the Y chromosome: Do you believe that women and men should have equal rights and opportunities? If so, then you may have what it takes to become a pro-feminist man.
Why feminism isn’t for everybody
Feminism is for everybody, the mantra goes. This slogan, inspired by bell hooks’ book of the same name, is widely used to envision a feminist movement that is open to all people and that, in theory, recognizes the real diversity among feminists and among women more generally. What could be…