Tag Archives: men
By Sarah | Published: April 26, 2012
TweetThis was originally published in the Women’s Issues blog on MySanAntonio.com. Last weekend I attended – pardon, co-hosted – a baby shower to celebrate the upcoming arrival of a dear friend’s first child. With just those details alone, you can probably envision the event with surprising accuracy: the cupcakes, the pastel-wrapped gifts, the punch bowl [...]
By Emily Smith | Published: February 8, 2012
Women, valued solely for their ability to produce an heir, were ultimately worthless, and therefore an encumbrance as a result of homosexuality. Families desperately seeking to purge unwanted daughters, then, execrated homosexuality as one might loathe insolvency, accumulating daughters like debt.
By Jennifer | Published: January 23, 2012
TweetI’m starting a post to ask a question that has been on my mind for some time now… As an avid feministing reader I am continually grateful for all of the knowledge, experiences, and backgrounds that each of the editing and contributing staff bring to us every day. I can honestly say that my own [...]
By Femination | Published: January 16, 2012
Now, for the first time in history, people who aren't married outnumber those who are. It's very interesting to look at how the media are trying to analyze this, sometimes insightfully, sometimes a bit less than.
By Joshua Stein | Published: October 20, 2011
TweetI always hesitate to critique the feminist movement. It isn’t because I worry about responses (I generally don’t care that much about negative reactions to things that I say), but because I am empathetic to many (if not most… if not all) of the goals of most contemporary feminist groups. However, there is a particular [...]