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FFFF: The Greenlighter, Marvel’s First Woman Superhero

Greta Lee stars as The Greenlighter, a superhero whose mission is to bring superhero movies starring women to Hollywood. Her weapon? A pen. [ more ]

Greta Lee stars as The Greenlighter, a superhero whose mission is to bring superhero movies starring women to Hollywood. Her weapon? A pen. [ more ]

Greta Lee stars as The Greenlighter, a superhero whose mission is to bring superhero movies starring women to Hollywood. Her weapon? A pen. [ more ]

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Round-Up: July 28, 2015

Why are mass shootings overwhelmingly committed by men? And why do they happen more often in America than anywhere else? Tristan Bridges and Tara ... [ more ]

Why are mass shootings overwhelmingly committed by men? And why do they happen more often in America than anywhere ... [ more ]

Why are mass shootings overwhelmingly committed by men? And why do they happen more often in America than anywhere else? Tristan Bridges and Tara Leigh Tober at The Society Pages take a look at research on American masculinity and ... [ more ]

Why are mass shootings overwhelmingly committed by men? And why do they happen more often in America than anywhere else? Tristan Bridges and Tara Leigh Tober at The Society Pages take a look at research on American masculinity and how it relates to mass shootings. Victoria Law writes at ... [ more ]

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Interview: Alexandra Delancey, Author of Lesbian Romance Always Her

Alexandra Delancey’s novellas Always Her and Me and Her chronicle the love story between newly-out Elise and ultra-cool tomboy Jack. I caught up with Alexandra recently ... [ more ]

Alexandra Delancey’s novellas Always Her and Me and Her chronicle the love story between newly-out Elise and ultra-cool tomboy Jack. I ... [ more ]

Alexandra Delancey’s novellas Always Her and Me and Her chronicle the love story between newly-out Elise and ultra-cool tomboy Jack. I caught up with Alexandra recently to talk with her about her characters, her craft, and the business of publishing in ... [ more ]

Alexandra Delancey’s novellas Always Her and Me and Her chronicle the love story between newly-out Elise and ultra-cool tomboy Jack. I caught up with Alexandra recently to talk with her about her characters, her craft, and the business of publishing in the age of e-books. Your characters are well-drawn and idiosyncratic, ... [ more ]

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(Straight) Ladies, the Smarter You Are the More Likely You Are To Die Alone, Says Yet Another Person

It’s a day that ends in Y, which means that yet another article about the living hell of being a single woman has been ... [ more ]

It’s a day that ends in Y, which means that yet another article about ... [ more ]

It’s a day that ends in Y, which means that yet another article about the living hell of being ... [ more ]

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Sarah Hepola’s Blackout Explores Addiction While Unpacking Rape Culture

What separates this book from others is that it is written within the framework of a feminist engagement with rape culture. As an editor ... [ more ]

What separates this book from others is that it is written within the framework ... [ more ]

What separates this book from others is that it is written within the framework of a feminist engagement with ... [ more ]

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Round-Up: July 21, 2015

The Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives just released their second annual report on the best and worst places to be a woman in Canada, ... [ more ]

The Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives just released their second annual report on the ... [ more ]

The Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives just released their second annual report on the best and worst places to ... [ more ]