- Goodbye to Sheryl Sandberg, Feminism’s Finance Bro
- Confessions of a girlboss
- Fighting the tyranny of ‘niceness’: why we need difficult women
- ‘The Case Against the Sexual Revolution’: How feminism let women down
- Gabrielle Suchon, Philosopher Queen of the Amazons
What are you afraid of?
Nothing good ever comes out of the crackling hellfire of corporate America.
A compelling account of ageism and misogyny that overemphasises feminism’s generational divide
Has the sexual revolution let women down? An author examines the gap between the rhetoric and the real world when it comes to valuing women.
Even before the recent round of demonstrations, young Iranians were pushing against the regime’s restrictive social norms.
A notable and noteworthy exception is Gabrielle Suchon. Without any support of this kind, Suchon found a way to research, write, and publish works of rich philosophical argument that received…
Today’s thumbs-up, thumbs-down approach to feminism is boring and reductive. It is time to embrace complexity
When even a simple stroll down the sidewalk is an exercise in self-loathing, why don’t more women run away to the woods?
«when those men say smart, they mean: I have strong opinions and she agrees with them. Independent as in: she’ll choose to follow where I lead.»
“Is it possible to both appreciate Undine’s talent for survival while also refusing to mistake it for freedom?”
Feminism is a large, unwieldy movement, populated by diverse people in disparate circumstances. As such, an “individualist” feminist might disagree with many of the ideas that parade under the banner of feminism. The #MeToo movement and the criticism it inspired have made this clear. Where do you fall along these divisive and poorly demarcated lines? In this Guardian article, writer Moira Donegan defines the rift in feminism, petitioning individualist anti-#MeToo feminists not to dismiss the movement so readily. getAbstract recommends this article to feminists of all stripes and to anyone who views feminists as a homogenous group.
«feminism has come to contain two distinct understandings of sexism, and two wildly different, often incompatible ideas of how that problem should be solved»
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