I have a new article up at the Vancouver Observer about 25-year-old social entrepreneur Annalea Krebs, who is connecting people with local socially responsible organizations through her website, TheChange. Read the article here.
Gender Across Borders has also put together a neat list of ways in which IDAHOT was observed around the world. For my part, I’m making a commitment to continue to work as an ally for social justice and equality for LGBTQ people and to better integrate discussion of queer issues and identities into this blog, because recognizing that sex, gender and sexual identities as socially constructed and fluid is key to the way I see feminism.
Feminists With Disabilities has a response to people who ask why they blog about pop culture and social justice. They outline and address common critiques and discuss why it’s important to keep looking at pop culture as well as addressing larger structural issues.
Mother’s Day comes with a lot of complicated thoughts and feelings for many of us, so we thought we’d do a special round-up of must-read articles on moms, motherhood, and the messages surrounding Mother’s Day.
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