Ghost stories are a bit tricky: on one hand, I’m like, “Florence Cathcart here; ghosts aren’t real but science is,” and on the other, I’m like, “wow gosh it sure was nice enjoying sleeping, which I will do never again.”
Posts Tagged ‘Jezebel’
Posted in Gender, tagged Calcutta, Egypt, feminism, fighting back, H&M, Jezebel, Kainat Riaz, Make Me a Sammich, Malala, mannequins, rape, rape culture, sexism, Steubenville, street harassment, Swedish, Tahrir Square, The Banjaran Manifesto, They Know What They Do, wives mothers sisters on 2013/03/20| 4 Comments »
Question: do you prefer reblogs or readers? I’ve been doing more reblogs lately, but I wonder if the old format of gender readers is better for this blog. What do you think?
Warning: some of today’s links deal with rape, rape apologists, and Steubenville.
Don’t forget, there’s always an item of good news at the end.