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The Naming of Elena Ferrante

By Everyday Victim Blaming The identity of Elena Ferrante is a secret well-guarded by her publisher. At the request of Ferrante. Ferrante has made it…

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The Male Sentimental

By Liz Kinnamon The “sensitive guy” should be understood through the lens of what pop psychologists call emotional manipulation, and his proliferation is the result…

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The Role of Women in Pro Sports

By Holly Whitman         In a historic moment for female athletes, Sports Illustrated named tennis star Serena Williams its 2015 Sportsperson of…

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Feminism and the Millennials

By David Coussens     Though its achievements continue to bear wild and interesting fruit, feminism (as both a set of aspirations and an intellectual…

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Rants of a Feminine Feminist

By bringitonbeach         “Wait, who’s a feminist?” “I said I am a feminist.” “Oh. But you’re not the butch kind so you’re not really…

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50 shades of sexism in the academy

By Dr Anna Notaro     In a blog post entitled We have come a long way but…, Athene Donald, Professor of Experimental Physics at Cambridge University with…

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