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Monthly Archives: February 2013

My boobs and I are outraged

By wamcentral

This guest post is cross-posted from Gender Focus.  By Jessica Critcher Sometimes I wonder what it would be like to go a whole day without feeling angry about misogyny. That day is not today. Of all the ridiculous things said …

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Women’s Bodies in the Media: Let’s Change the Conversation

By Alanna

Because I wouldn’t consider myself a fan of any sports teams by a long shot, it naturally follows that I pay very little attention to a publication like Sports Illustrated.  But our paths always seem to converge with the annual …

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Teen Vogue at Ten: Airbrushing the Path to Success

By Alanna

To be perfectly honest, I’m not sure how I feel about the fact that Teen Vogue will celebrate its tenth anniversary next month.  While the magazine does a fine job of introducing teenagers to the fashion industry, there has also …

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Media Analysis from WAM!Vancouver Community

By wamcentral

WAM! Vancouver members are some of Canada’s most prominent feminist bloggers! Here is a sampling of blog posts containing feminist critiques of the media from the feminist blog, Gender Focus, handpicked by Gender Focus editor and WAM! Vancouver member Jarrah …

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My boobs and I are outraged

By wamcentral

This guest post is cross-posted from Gender Focus.  By Jessica Critcher Sometimes I wonder what it would be like to go a whole day without feeling angry about misogyny. That day is not today. Of all the ridiculous things said …

Read the full article

Women’s Bodies in the Media: Let’s Change the Conversation

By Alanna

Because I wouldn’t consider myself a fan of any sports teams by a long shot, it naturally follows that I pay very little attention to a publication like Sports Illustrated.  But our paths always seem to converge with the annual …

Read the full article

Teen Vogue at Ten: Airbrushing the Path to Success

By Alanna

To be perfectly honest, I’m not sure how I feel about the fact that Teen Vogue will celebrate its tenth anniversary next month.  While the magazine does a fine job of introducing teenagers to the fashion industry, there has also …

Read the full article

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