The Power of Words
Why trashiness and the word 'bitch' are empowering to me as a feminist
This post might come a bit out of left field, but after pumping myself up listening to some of my favourite new tunes, I felt inspired to share some of my mental ramblings with you guys. Here goes: the past few years, I've noticed a growing trend of the mainstream embracing/exploiting feminine lower class counter culture. Just think of the whole ratchet trend, Rihanna, Die Antwoord, Jersey Shore: over the top sexuality, unapologetic trashiness. And rather than rolling my eyes at its lack of…
Michelle on Instagram: “I been crying a LOT lately. Yesterday she threw away my stack because "Fitness is bullsh.." Today I got told that I'm not allowed to…”
57 Likes, 10 Comments - Michelle (@michifarina) on Instagram: “I been crying a LOT lately. Yesterday she threw away my stack because "Fitness is bullsh.." Today I…”
Lest we forget....
Film Review: ‘The Rape Of Recy Taylor’
If there’s one thing the past year has demonstrated, it’s that American society is not as modern as we thought. Just the last month has proven how much regressive gender and racial issu…
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Those who came before.......
Fight Like A Girl
Whimsical Script Fonts from Creative Market
We've covered all of our favorite serif and sans-serif fonts for blog headings, body text, etc. But today I want to share some pretty script fonts that are
Audre Lorde Feminist Quote t-shirt - 50% of Profits to the Movement for Black Lives
A t-shirt that reads "I am not free while any woman is unfree, even when her shackles are very different from my own" on a background of knives and wild strawberries. Printed on a super-soft oatmeal heather triblend tee from Bella + Canvas. Sizes are unisex; women may want to order a size down. 50% of the profits from your purchase will be donated to the Movement for Black Lives.
A ridiculous Common Core test for first graders
Test uestion 1 on the first-grade test is based on the New York Common Core Standard, 1.OA4: Understand subtraction as an unknown-addend problem. (Really.)