All About Women 2018-2019
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    Reproductive rights | The Guardian

  • Anti-abortion states are targeting an emergency healthcare law. Will the supreme court side with them?
    Justices to rule whether abortion bans should undo Emtala, the Reagan-era law requiring hospitals to treat emergency patientsOne of the only universal rights to healthcare in the US is to be treated in the emergency room – a place where doctors are required to stabilize patients if their future health... Read more »
  • Rise in pregnant women turned away from US emergency rooms, papers show
    Cases listed in federal documents raise alarms around emergency pregnancy care, especially in states with strict abortion lawsOne woman miscarried in the restroom lobby of a Texas emergency room as front desk staff refused to admit her to the hospital.Another woman learned that her fetus had no heartbeat at a... Read more »
  • California readies itself as ‘abortion sanctuary’ while Arizona gears up for ban
    Golden state expanded abortion access after Roe was repealed in 2022 while neighboring state is set to enact near-total banAs Arizona prepares for a near-total ban on abortion to go into effect in the coming months, providers in California are getting ready to welcome a surge of out-of-state clients and... Read more »
  • Juliette Pavy: Sony World Photographer of the Year 2024
    The prestigious photographer of the year title has been awarded to Juliette Pavy for her series Spiralkampagnen: Forced Contraception and Unintended Sterilisation of Greenlandic Women. Pavy was selected from the 10 winners in the professional category; she receives a $25,000 prize, Sony equipment, and the opportunity to present a new... Read more »
  • Arizona Republicans again block effort to repeal 1864 near-total abortion ban
    After decrying state supreme court ruling on ban with no exceptions for rape or incest, lawmakers ensure its potential to take effectAfter days of nationwide debate over the Arizona supreme court’s recent decision to uphold a near-total abortion ban from the 19th century, Arizona’s Republican-controlled statehouse has again quashed an... Read more »
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    Feminism | The Guardian

  • Let’s tell the story of art without men | Letters
    Dr Suzy Tutchell champions the work of past and present female artists, while Caroline Higgitt takes Francesco Vezzoli’s challengeIf the art world is so “vast and varied”, as the subheading on your article says (Art unlocked, 13 April), why were 10 male artists and only three women artists featured? Why, yet... Read more »
  • Do women feel safe walking alone in the countryside?
    Guardian readers share perspectives on risk and rural ramblingVaughan Melzer asks if she is alone in being a woman who never feels safe walking in isolated and beautiful places (Letters, 16 April) . Sadly, no; I have met many women with similar beliefs. However, I’m now in my late 60s... Read more »
  • Sad girl novels: the dubious branding of women’s emotive fiction
    When women write complex characters, filled with desire, anger or self-destructive urges, why are their books touted as ‘sad’ and frivolous – unlike those of inward-looking male authors'?What do we mean when we say a novel is a “sad girl novel”? I could list a dozen popular novels published over... Read more »
  • Drag Race is essential educational viewing | Letter
    Performers on RuPaul’s Drag Race are helping to deepen our understanding of issues such as homophobia or coming out as trans, says Rachel CongdonAs a woman and feminist, I must respond to the letters you published (7 April) and say that I love drag and RuPaul’s Drag Race. I don’t... Read more »
  • For 30 years I saw my kidnapping as character-building – until I finally faced what happened to me | Anna Broinowski
    As a gen X feminist who survived and ignored a violent assault in the 80s, I didn’t identify as a victim – but #MeToo gave me a crucial new perspectiveIn the scorching summer of 1987, young, invincible and hungry for adventure, I left my cloistered life at the University of... Read more »
20 Ted Talks to Inspire Women

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    Sociological Images

  • Will a Robot Take Your God?
    Societies grow and change all the time, but it can be tough to think about big-picture shifts when you’re living through the practical details of the day to day. Take the recent popularity of large language models (LLMs). In the short term, we face important sociological questions about how they... Read more »
  • The Border is a Budget
    How are borders made? State borders are the product of political conflict, nationalist discourse, unequal economic systems, and, as this essay shows, significant public financial investment. Public policy and political narratives naturalize state borders, often hiding how their origins are arbitrary and violent. State borders often mark space following war... Read more »
  • Grin and Wear It?
    A recent photo from Dina Litovsky showing a model’s inflamed feet in slingback heels went viral, with reposts from National Geographic and a whole host of Instagram influencers. The photo garnered just over 500k likes and comments criticizing the prioritization of beauty over pain. This is not the first time... Read more »
  • THEM & M’s: Sexualized Media and Emphasized Femininity
    Over the course of the past year, M&M’s have been plastered all over the news, social media, and even Super Bowl commercials. In January 2022, Mars Wrigley gave the brown M&M shorter heels and replaced the green M&M’s boots with sneakers in a push toward more inclusive marketing.  What resulted... Read more »
  • TV Doesn’t Have Space For Fatness
    Television distorts, mocks and marginalizes fat people. Fat characters are reduced to caricatures whose stories and identities aren’t developed and don’t matter. In one study by Tzoutzou et al., all 36 compliments about appearance given to women were for thin women. Not one positive message was included for a woman... Read more »
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    Sociological Images

  • Will a Robot Take Your God?
    Societies grow and change all the time, but it can be tough to think about big-picture shifts when you’re living through the practical details of the day to day. Take the recent popularity of large language models (LLMs). In the short term, we face important sociological questions about how they... Read more »
  • The Border is a Budget
    How are borders made? State borders are the product of political conflict, nationalist discourse, unequal economic systems, and, as this essay shows, significant public financial investment. Public policy and political narratives naturalize state borders, often hiding how their origins are arbitrary and violent. State borders often mark space following war... Read more »
  • Grin and Wear It?
    A recent photo from Dina Litovsky showing a model’s inflamed feet in slingback heels went viral, with reposts from National Geographic and a whole host of Instagram influencers. The photo garnered just over 500k likes and comments criticizing the prioritization of beauty over pain. This is not the first time... Read more »
  • THEM & M’s: Sexualized Media and Emphasized Femininity
    Over the course of the past year, M&M’s have been plastered all over the news, social media, and even Super Bowl commercials. In January 2022, Mars Wrigley gave the brown M&M shorter heels and replaced the green M&M’s boots with sneakers in a push toward more inclusive marketing.  What resulted... Read more »
  • TV Doesn’t Have Space For Fatness
    Television distorts, mocks and marginalizes fat people. Fat characters are reduced to caricatures whose stories and identities aren’t developed and don’t matter. In one study by Tzoutzou et al., all 36 compliments about appearance given to women were for thin women. Not one positive message was included for a woman... Read more »
The Journey of Women’s Rights: 1911-2015

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    Karen Ingala Smith

  • At least 100 UK women are suspected to have been killed by men in 2023
    Counting Dead Women, has recorded at least 100 UK women who were killed by men, or where the primary suspect for an alleged homicide, is a man, in 2023.   Counting Dead Women monitors the media and collates reports of women suspected to have been killed by men. The project... Read more »
  • Lost Voices of Women – A feminist perspective on ending men’s violence against women and girls
    My speech at the FiLiA conference – 14 October 2023 I wonder how many of you noticed the sign that said ‘Transphobia kills us …. and hurts women’ held by one of the welcoming committee that greeted us as we arrived at the conference yesterday? The thing is, as far... Read more »
  • 2023
    In 2023, At least 100 UK women and girls aged 13 and over have been killed in circumstances in which a man or men are primary suspect.... Read more »
  • Nevertheless, I persisted
    Why I still wanted to be in the Labour Party I left Labour in a fit of pique in 2018 when the then General secretary, Jennie Formby, announced that all-women-shortlists would no longer be women only. I applied to join again in December 2019 after the election defeat. I wanted... Read more »
  • Picking our targets
    Neither Jess Phillips nor Brianna Ghey will be mine. Today, for the eighth year running, in the Parliamentary International Women’s Day debate, MP Jess Phillips read out the names of women in the UK who have been killed since the previous years IWD debate and where a man or men... Read more »
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    Feminism - “the personal is political”

  • If you could use a satirical, second wave read about menstruation...
    In 1978, Gloria Steinem published "If Men Could Menstruate" to illustrate the comedic nature of menstrual taboos. I feel it's still relevant today as the stigma of female reproductive health persists. Here's a link to the open access article: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/23293691.2019.1619050 ​ submitted by /u/Abigail4P [link] [comments]... Read more »
  • Absolute lack of historic female authors
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  • Is hope a dangerous thing for a woman to have?
    Helloo, I am writing a article for a school project, my subject is Female Hope. My inspiration is from a song by Lana Del Rey, Hope is a dangerous thing for a woman to have. I am researching why hope is a dangerous thing for a woman, and if hope... Read more »
  • What is the husband stitch? Understanding the controversial procedure laced with medical sexism
    submitted by /u/ConsequenceNo6584 [link] [comments]... Read more »
  • Letter from an Iranian woman to women (and men, if you will) worldwide
    The Islamic Republic has waged another war against women yet again and this time they're going all out. Using everything they have and the most brute of their forces to make women bend and break. This time they aren't letting anyone slide, not making exceptions for literal children, and violently... Read more »

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      Ms. Magazine

    • New Title IX Rules Offer ‘Comprehensive Coverage’ for LGBTQ+ Students and Sexual Violence Survivors
      Advocates for the LGBTQ+ community and sexual violence survivors are largely applauding the Department of Education’s newly released federal regulations to protect the rights of these groups in schools, though they also expressed reservations about the lack of clear protections for transgender athletes. Unveiled on Friday, the final rule under Title... Read more »
    • Afghan Women Voice ‘Deep Disappointment’ and ‘Dread’ Over Potential Taliban Recognition
      In a nationwide women’s consultation, Afghan women have expressed 'dread' and 'anxiety' over the potential international recognition of the de facto authorities (DFA), with 67 percent stating it would severely affect their lives. Among the participants, a majority stated that if such international recognition were to occur, it should only... Read more »
    • The Lie at the Heart of the Latest Supreme Court Abortion Case
      This Wednesday, Idaho will attempt to defend its extreme abortion ban at the Supreme Court. Like many other abortion bans in the United States, the Idaho law contains a so-called life exception, which purports to allow an abortion when “necessary to prevent the death” of the pregnant person. But do... Read more »
    • Arizona Republicans Are Divided Over Abortion. For Progressives, This Is a Political Opportunity.
      The Arizona Supreme Court resurrected its zombie pre-statehood criminal abortion ban earlier this month, which is slated to go into effect as early as June. The decision, which took many by surprise, has sent Republican lawmakers and antiabortion activists in the state into a strategic tailspin as they seek to... Read more »
    • From Rachel Carson to Wangari Maathai—Meet the Women Who Ignited Environmental Movements
      The environmental and feminist movements have grown like stems and branches of a twisting vine or tree. Sometimes merging, sometimes growing apart. At times they have strengthened each other, yet at other times they have grown distant. Ultimately, they both address similar forces of oppression and exploitation. They share a... Read more »
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      Ms. Magazine

    • New Title IX Rules Offer ‘Comprehensive Coverage’ for LGBTQ+ Students and Sexual Violence Survivors
      Advocates for the LGBTQ+ community and sexual violence survivors are largely applauding the Department of Education’s newly released federal regulations to protect the rights of these groups in schools, though they also expressed reservations about the lack of clear protections for transgender athletes. Unveiled on Friday, the final rule under Title... Read more »
    • Afghan Women Voice ‘Deep Disappointment’ and ‘Dread’ Over Potential Taliban Recognition
      In a nationwide women’s consultation, Afghan women have expressed 'dread' and 'anxiety' over the potential international recognition of the de facto authorities (DFA), with 67 percent stating it would severely affect their lives. Among the participants, a majority stated that if such international recognition were to occur, it should only... Read more »
    • The Lie at the Heart of the Latest Supreme Court Abortion Case
      This Wednesday, Idaho will attempt to defend its extreme abortion ban at the Supreme Court. Like many other abortion bans in the United States, the Idaho law contains a so-called life exception, which purports to allow an abortion when “necessary to prevent the death” of the pregnant person. But do... Read more »
    • Arizona Republicans Are Divided Over Abortion. For Progressives, This Is a Political Opportunity.
      The Arizona Supreme Court resurrected its zombie pre-statehood criminal abortion ban earlier this month, which is slated to go into effect as early as June. The decision, which took many by surprise, has sent Republican lawmakers and antiabortion activists in the state into a strategic tailspin as they seek to... Read more »
    • From Rachel Carson to Wangari Maathai—Meet the Women Who Ignited Environmental Movements
      The environmental and feminist movements have grown like stems and branches of a twisting vine or tree. Sometimes merging, sometimes growing apart. At times they have strengthened each other, yet at other times they have grown distant. Ultimately, they both address similar forces of oppression and exploitation. They share a... Read more »
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      Feminist Magazine

    • FM April 3, 2024:: Land Liberation & Homefulness / “She’s Beautiful When She’s Angry”
      THIS WEEK on Feminist Magazine with host Lynn Harris Ballen : FIRST … guest host Celina Alvarez talks to Tiny (Lisa) Gray-Garcia aka PovertySkola about her life and work, including POOR Magazine/Homefulness.  And we hear about her upcoming urgently needed presentation as a UCLA Activist-in-Residence – “ComeUnity Reparations Into Land Liberation and Homefulness” on April 11th. ... Read more »
    • FM Mar 31, 2024 :: Some of Us Are Brave / Thandisizwe Chimurenga
      THIS WEEK on Feminist Magazine with host Lynn Harris Ballen :   Some of Us Are Brave: A Black Women’s Radio Program aired on KPFK 90.7 FM from 2003 until 2011. The program covered a myriad of issues by amplifying the voices of a broad cross-section of Black women. And now some of those voices... Read more »
    • FM Jan 31, 2024 : Growing Up in the Ville / Abolition Feminism
      THIS WEEK on Feminist Magazine with host Lynn Harris Ballen : FIRST … Across the country – School boards and state legislatures from Tennessee to Idaho are banning teachings about racism in classrooms, and critical race theory (CRT) has become a new buzzword for people unwilling to acknowledge the US’s racist history and how it... Read more »
    • FM Jan 24, 2024: Beyond Roe & Jazz Women
      THIS WEEK on Feminist Magazine with host Lynn Harris Ballen : FIRST … This week would have been the 51st anniversary of Roe v. Wade. But it’s been over a year since the U.S. Supreme Court eliminated that constitutional right to abortion. You’re invited to expand the conversation on Sunday... Read more »
    • FM Jan 17, 2024 : Deep Care / Radical Reproductive Health
      THIS WEEK on Feminist Magazine with host Lynn Harris Ballen:   Many of us are familiar with the The Jane Collective, an underground group of radical feminist activists in Chicago from 1969 to 1973, secretly providing safe and affordable abortions when abortion was illegal in most of the US. But few people know about the radical... Read more »
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      Feminist Majority Foundation

    • Harvard Youth Poll reveals young voters’ priorities in the upcoming election
      As the election approaches, attention remains focused on young voter engagement. On April 18, the Harvard Kennedy School Institute of Politics unveiled its Bi-Annual Harvard Youth Poll. From March 14th to 21st, the survey reached 2,010 young individuals aged 18 to 29. The findings shed light on key concerns among... Read more »
    • Supreme Court Denies Appeal from Black Lives Matter Organizer
      On April 15th, 2024, the U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear the appeal of Deray Mckesson, a Black Lives Matter organizer and activist who led a protest in Louisiana where a police officer was hit by a “rock-like object” and injured. While Mckesson did not throw the rock, he is... Read more »
    • Afghan Women Express “Deep Disappointment” “Dread” and “Anxiety” at the Possibility of Taliban Recognition 
      In a country-wide women’s consultation, Afghan women have expressed “dread” and “anxiety” at the possibility of international recognition of the Taliban, now often referred to as the de facto authorities (DFA) with 67% of women saying that recognition would severely affect their lives.  The consultations and survey on the situation... Read more »
    • Pregnant Workers Fairness Act to include abortion protections
      The Pregnant Workers Fairness Act has now been finalized by federal regulatory authorities, ensuring that workers are entitled to receive “reasonable” accommodations in line with their conditions arising out of pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions. This also includes the right of a person to receive accommodations to have and... Read more »
    • Supreme Court votes to uphold Idaho bill banning gender affirming healthcare for LGBTQ+ youth
      On Monday April 16th, the Supreme Court upheld the decision to recognize an Idaho ruling banning gender-affirming care for Idaho youth. The SCOTUS ruling affirms Idaho House Bill 71, which aims to ban gender-affirming care for Idaho citizens under the age of 18 and effectively creates a punishable offense for... Read more »
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      Global Girl Media

    • INSIGHT FASHION
      This film dives deep into thrift culture. The purpose is to familiarize people with thrifting. I want to understand why people thrift and how thrifting benefits them. In addition, I am curious to know their opinions on commercialising thrifting and how capitalism and inflation have affected them. Currently, the nature... Read more »
    • SEEING SOLID
      ‘Seeing Solid’ is a film that is engulfed by the admiration of the graffiti that surrounds the walls of Braamfontein, a suburb that has a concentrated student populace. Some businesses benefit from the artsy nature of the graffiti bombings, while other businesses pay securities to be the bane of people... Read more »
    • SKATE AWAY
      An observational documentary on how just 23.9% of female skaters are represented in the world of skating. This led to the importance of figuring out whether there are more of us who skate, and how comfortable we are at skateparks around male skaters. This documentary takes place at the Milpark... Read more »
    • AFRICAN BAKERY
      African Bakery takes us through Mrs Qondi Nhlapho’s journey as a baker and business owner. The female entrepreneur revisits her story from when she started selling from the comfort of her home, creating job opportunities for others around her. She later finds the courage to open her own bakery in... Read more »
    • WOMEN IN BOXING – SMANGELE SMASH HADEBE
      This video serves as a pilot for a Women in Boxing documentary on ‘Smash’ Hadebe and her rise to fame. Produced by GGM South Africa.... Read more »
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      The Hair Pin

    • Talking With an Actual Tiny-House Future Resident
      Margaret Chandler, better known as remargaret, and her boyfriend Zach are embarking on a unique adventure in Charleston, South Carolina. They’re not just building any house; they’re constructing a tiny house, a cozy 315-square-foot home, including lofts. This journey is documented on their blog, the Charleston Tiny House, offering a... Read more »
    • Dream Interpretation: Dying Fathers and Falling Cars
      Dreams often serve as windows into the deep recesses of our subconscious mind, revealing inner truths and unresolved emotions. When we dream of our fathers passing away or cars plummeting, these are not just random scenarios but symbolic representations of deeper psychological processes. Carl Jung, a pioneer in dream analysis,... Read more »
    • The Ultimate Guide To Wearing A Jumpsuit – Tips For Rocking this Versatile Outfit
      If you learn nothing else from my tenure at The Hairpin, I want you to learn this: jumpsuits are the best item of clothing in the world. Jumpsuits, rompers, playsuits, whatever let me explain. Every fall people come at me with this bullshit about how fantastic layering is, like how... Read more »
    • Who’s the Most Important Person in Your Life? Testimonies
      While I was considering topics for this month’s discussion, Haley shared a memorable quote from Rachel Syme’s excellent profile of Broad City. It highlighted the deep connection between Abbi and Ilana, transcending mere friendship or business partnership to a rare and profound level of mutual understanding: “Our communication is constant,... Read more »
    • Celebrities All Have Little Real Teeth Under Their Big Fake Teeth
      Here’s something to think about: celebrities all have little tiny real teeth hiding under their big Hollywood fake teeth. Do you ever think about this? A mouth of secret lovelies, stained and forgotten. Little guys hiding, snug as a bug. Tiny teeth grown naturally — shh, they’re sleeping. Like many cosmetic procedures, the... Read more »

    Gender equality & Documentary Films

    Pantisocracy

    Pantisocracy Season 5 E1: The Big Pause : Lisa Lambe sings 'Holding Back The Tide'

    • Pantisocracy Season 5 E1: The Big Pause : Lisa Lambe sings 'Holding Back The Tide'

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    • Elaine Feeney: "Rise" - Pantisocracy S4 E7

    • The Panti Monologue: 'Sex in the Digital City' - Pantisocracy S4 E8

    • The Pant Monologue ‘Sisters Are Doing It (for themselves)’ - Pantisocracy S4 E7

    • Fehdah: 'N'Saheli' - Pantisocracy S4 E7

    • Fehdah: Amhrán Mhuínse - Pantisocracy S4 E7

    • Leanne Harte: 'Wrote Away' - Pantisocracy S4 E8

    • Leanne Harte: 'Restless Sleepers' - Pantisocracy S4 E8

    • Nina Hynes: "Raging Fire" - Pantisocracy S4 E7

    • Nina Hynes: "Vagina" - Pantisocracy S4 E7

    • Tolu Makay: 'Goodbye' - Pantisocracy S4 E5

    • Síobhra Quinlan with Maebh McKenna: 'Flux'- Pantisocracy S4 E5

    • Declan O'Rourke: 'The Stars Over Kinvara'- Pantisocracy S4 E5

    • Steo Wall: 'Borstal Boy' - Pantisocracy S4 E6

    • Steo Wall: 'Ancient Wisdom' - Pantisocracy S4 E6

    • Caleb Kunle: 'Boogieman' - Pantisocracy S4 E6

    • Caleb Kunle: 'Beautiful' - Pantisocracy S4 E6

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    • Happy Chinese New Year to "An Unfinished Revolution"

    • Sesame noodles for the Chinese New Year!

    • Suffrage Wagon Cooking School is a fun place to visit!

    • #Suffering for Suffrage—It's a free virtual race on Nov. 1, 2020 that will build determination and courage!

    • Marguerite Kearns talks about her suffrage activist grandparents—Edna Kearns & Wilmer Kearns!

    • A Toast to those Suffragists who came before us!

    • Overview of early women's rights on Suffrage Wagon News Channel!

    • Marguerite Kearns introduces the book, "An Unfinished Revolution"

    • Women are written into U.S. history!

    • Food—Upside down cake was a family affair at the Kearns household! Suffrage Wagon Cafe.

    • "Why am I the way I am?" Video from Marguerite Kearns.

    • The story of Edna and Bess—An Unfinished Revolution

    • The Women's Rights Movement was Out in Front during Centennial!

    • A Quaker Family of Activists during the Women's Suffrage Campaigning Era!

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