Tag Archives: Feminism

Saturday Matinee: Belladonna of Sadness

Reconsidering Belladonna of Sadness: Still powerful after almost 50 years By Carmen Antreasian Source: Anime Feminist A cult film originally released in 1973, Belladonna of Sadness can be read as a second-wave feminist work. However, in order to understand the film as … Continue reading

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Saturday Matinee: Gloria’s Call

Source: GloriasCall.com From the cafés of Paris to the mountaintops of Samiland, a scholar’s life is foreverchanged through her friendships with the women artists of Surrealism. In 1971, graduate student Gloria Orenstein received a call from Surrealist artist Leonora Carrington that sparked … Continue reading

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People Who Publicly Fret About Assange Rape Allegations Are Lying

By Caitlin Johnstone Source: CaitlinJohnstone.com A few hours ago I stumbled across a tweet by Huffington Post UK editor Basia Cummings which made my blood boil. Actress and activist Pamela Anderson had just spoken to the press with WikiLeaks editor-in-chief Kristinn Hrafnsson about their visit with … Continue reading

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Annihilation: Alex Garland’s Bad Trip Through Dis-ease and Over-Reproduction

By Kim Nicolini Source: CounterPunch If you go see Alex Garland’s Annihilation (2018) – and I highly recommend you see this film in an actual movie theater with a big screen and big sound –, you are in for a trip. Not … Continue reading

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American Psycho: Sex, Lies and Politics Add Up to a Terrifying Election Season

By John W. Whitehead Source: The Rutherford Institute “I have all the characteristics of a human being: blood, flesh, skin, hair; but not a single, clear, identifiable emotion, except for greed and disgust. Something horrible is happening inside of me … Continue reading

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The Courage to Speak Truth to Power

By Zoe Blunt Source: DGR News Service The more we challenge the status quo, the more those with power attack us. Fortunately, social change is not a popularity contest. Activism is a path to healing from trauma. It’s taking back … Continue reading

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Rent Strikes: ‘together we can defeat the housing market’

By Matt Broomfield Source: RoarMag.org As they revive a long-dormant form of protest, rent strikers in London and San Francisco must learn lessons from the great strikes of the 20th century. When you can no longer afford to pay your … Continue reading

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First Female US Presidential Candidate Victoria C. Woodhall (b. September 23, 1838 d. June 9, 1927)

Legal Contender….Victoria C. Woodhull: first woman to run for president By Susan Kullman Source: The Women’s Quarterly (Fall 1988) On the 150th anniversary of her birth, September 23, 1988, Victoria Claflin Woodhull was largely lost to history. She still is. … Continue reading

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