Nica Cornell writes boldly on genitalia and the human beings attached to them, expertly engaging both the private and the planetary.

Why Buy the Cow, When You Can Get The Milk for Free?

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We’ve all heard it before. Lauren Poole argues that it’s time to bottle this one up.

A Woman, A Feminist, A Supporter of Male Survivors


Let’s start by acknowledging that 1 in 6 boys have had unwanted sexual experiences.

A Call to Feminist Dudes


Edwin Lyngar puts out a call to arms to all feminist men, whether or not they look the part.

The Straight Married White American Male Feminist Manifesto

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David Perry has thought long and hard about the word ‘feminist’. And decided it suits him just fine.

WOW! See What a Civil, Intelligent Feminism/Men’s Rights Dialogue Looks Like


The partisan voices that seek to maintain the ideological status quo will continue to encourage us to go binary and fight. But here’s what happens when they don’t get their way.

Raising a Son Within the Princess Culture

Dresden Shumaker, princess culture, princess boys

Is girl power bad for boys?

How I Stopped Being an Angry Feminist, and Started Loving Men


Sarah Beaulieu wants us to stop talking about the things men do wrong, and start talking about all the things men do right.

Men and Feminism: A Personal Essay on Finding a Common Ground

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Amalie Steidley responds to Tom Matlack’s article on men and feminism.

My Own Feminist Manifesto


Richard Jeffrey Newman on why he is a feminist.

Noble Hierarch is Not a Slut

TweetAs big nerds, Charles and I like to do nerdy things. Recently, we’ve managed to infiltrate a dear college friend’s weekly Magic: The Gathering club. This is super good news! I’m the only woman, but I’ve come to expect that. We have a lot of fun, though, so the strangenesses are pretty much excusable. There’s just one […]

Don’t Get Raped, Not Don’t Rape

Tweet This is a response to Charles’s post on the same subject. I disagree with him on a fair number of points, so I’m going to talk here. You should probably read his post before you read mine. I agree, absolutely, that media and culture teach us not to rape. I think that they teach us […]

On “Fee-Fees”

TweetIt probably comes as no surprise that I really hate the term “fee-fees.” For those of you more fortunate than I, “fee-fees” is a disparaging term that SJ folks throw around. It means “feelings” and is usually used in the context of “I don’t care about your fee-fees,” or “oh no, your precious fee-fees!” or other statements […]

Feminists Are Not Afraid of Their Sexuality


Sexual freedom and the mouths who rock the label.

Treating the Hate


Sometimes the antidote is sitting right next to the poison.

Can Both Sides of the Gender Debate Get Along?


Andrew Bruskin thinks so.