Martin Shkreli may be the most hated man in America right now, and rightfully so. A quick summary of what he did to catch you up: he bought the rights to Daraprim, a medicine used to treat cancer and AIDS patients, and he raised the price per pill from $13.50/ pill to $750/pill. This is […]Read More Money or Life?
Photo courtesy of Flickr.com CC To me, someone believing the old cliche that “women aren’t funny” is one of the most annoying and frustratingly stupid things ever. It’s a misconception that’s still being fought against, but now with the help of more female and feminist comedians than ever.Read More Comedy and Feminism: Mortal Enemies, or Best Friends?
I’m a gamer and damn proud. You won’t catch me toting a DS waiting to update my Animal Crossing town or feed my Nintendogs. I won’t spend hours in front of my tv wasting the brilliance that is the outdoors. And I will never pass up time with friends, to finish that last level of […]Read More No Damsel In Distress Here: Anita Sarkeesian and Her Kickstarter Story
“I was always interested in social change but never actually did anything about it.” ~ Ben Rattray I’m returning for one last installment of the Millennium trilogy posts. Again without spoilers, I will explore author Stieg Larsson’s explosive series with The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest. In the final installment, we find Lisbeth Salander […]Read More The Millennium Trilogy: The Man Who’s Fight Lives On
If you’re on the West Coast and it’s still March 3rd, celebrate the 100th anniversary of the 1913 Women’s Suffrage Parade! If you’re like me and like sweet vintage photography (I’m talkin’ hi-res, restored black and whites people!), or if you like bad-ass women of American history, check out The Atlantic’s collection in commemoration of […]Read More Quick Hit: 1913 Suffrage Parade
Warning: This blog contains nudity that is quite sexy and empowering to women, nevertheless, some may find it offensive. A few weeks ago I promised that I was going to introduce my readers to some “good for the soul” feminist music, so here I am, with someone awesome for you all to meet – her […]Read More Meet Amanda Palmer
Fire is contradicting in almost every sense. While it brings warmth and comfort, it can also be destructive and deadly. Historically, fire was a sign for life and sustenance. Being so difficult to capture in its early discovery, fire was often sacred and used in ceremonies to appease Gods of all religions. Today fire is […]Read More The Millennium Trilogy: Firing Up the Upheaval