Posts Tagged "feminism"

Thu, 28 July 2011 Y: The Last Man review

I should have mentioned this last week, but I was insanely busy and didn’t even have time to blog.
I recently reviewed the first deluxe edition of the post-apocalyptic comic book series Y: The Last Man, for the UK Feminist web site The F-Word.
It’s the inaugural graphic novel review for the web site, and I hope [...]

Sun, 19 June 2011 embracing the paradox

This TED Talk called Reinventing Feminism is by Courtney Martin, feminist, journalist, activist and editor at
It’s a fine overview of feminism in the 21st century and why women should continue to agitate for change despite the times when the issues seem overwhelming.
I found it personally inspiring. It reminds me that our moments of [...]

Wed, 16 February 2011 irresponsible journalism

I’m sure most of you have heard that CBS reporter Lara Logan was beaten and sexually assaulted while reporting in Egypt. She is back in America and recovering in hospital. I hope her return to full health is swift.
The original CBS report about the crime is short and concise, and absolutely proper for a terrible [...]

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