Does Being Sexual Make You a Bad Feminist? + other Weekly Discoveries
Hipster Barbie, Jennifer Aniston, understanding privilege, why posing topless doesn’t make you a bad feminist, and more…
The idea that women can both own their sexuality and identify as feminist is one that doesn’t sit well within our society. But it’s about time we said adios to slut shaming and adopted the notion that all women can be feminists, regardless of their jobs, hobbies and sexual antics, so to speak.
Does Owning Your Sexuality as a Woman Make You a Bad Feminist?
“As a model who bares no qualms in posing topless for a photo shoot, I receive my fair share of negative comments from strangers.” Here’s one outspoken model’s take on feminism. Food for thought.
What Tabloids Really Talk About When They Talk About Jennifer Aniston
As the rest of the world embraces feminism and moves forward, it seems as if Jennifer Aniston is stuck in an unending loop of interview questions dated from 1952.
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Socality Barbie Hits Uncomfortably Close to Home
A tongue-in-cheek Instagram account underscores the paradox of social-media authenticity.
How I Started to Understand the Concept of My Own Privilege
“Ironically, the first thing I worried about when I thought of writing an article about privilege, was whether or not I had the right to be writing an article about privilege.”
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