Tag Archive | "is this what feminism looks like?"

You’re Not a Feminist, But …??

Friday, December 7, 2012

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I’m not quite sure which feminist wave I fall into, but I am one. I’m proud to say that even though there are many young women these days who often start their sentences with, “I’m not a feminist, but …”

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Where in the World is PunditMom?

Friday, May 21, 2010

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Where am I hanging out today?  You can find me: Pondering Sarah Palin’s claim that she’s the face of the “new” feminism at my weekly column, Speaker of the House. Trying to get my head around the fact that …

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Feminism 2.0 –Keeping the Program Moving

Sunday, February 1, 2009

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Monday I will have the honor to be speaking on one panel and moderating another at the first Feminism 2.0 conference in Washington, D.C. along with so many other amazing women. Veronica from Viva la Feminista has asked me …

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Do Feminists Need a Male Superhero?

Thursday, January 15, 2009

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Is Ms. Magazine trying to make a valid point or just stir up controversy to sell more magazines? I’ve been thinking about this a lot before launching into this piece because I wanted to put my finger on exactly why …

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Feminism and "The Wave"

Friday, April 25, 2008

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Having a conversation about the state of feminism today should be a good thing, right? There’s certainly plenty of fodder to start that chat with Hillary Clinton still in the presidential race and all the gender rhetoric that has surrounded

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If You Have a Daughter, You Must Read ‘Gender Inequity in Whoville’

Thursday, April 3, 2008

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It took me a few minutes to stop slapping my forehead after reading this post over at NPR’s blog, Gender Inequity in Whoville. Though, really, it’s about Hollywood-ville. And so much more.…

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Pardon Me, I Apparently Forgot I’m Dumb and Fickle

Friday, March 7, 2008

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For some reason, the Washington Post has decided that it’s going to try to alienate its women subscribers. I can’t really think of another reason why its editors would decide to run two articles attacking women voters as dumb and …

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