1. Feminism Isn’t Perfect, But it Sure Beats #womenagainstfeminism


    As most feminists know, the Women Against Feminism blog has blown up over the past couple of days. Hundreds of women have taken to social media to discuss why they are against the feminist movement, making arguments along the likes of “I love being a woman,” “I love men,” and “feminism isn’t about equality.” As much as I would lov… Read More

    From BUST.com

     


  2. Dem Guts Bathing Suit is So Real


    Black Milk Clothing is taking realistic body image to a whole new level this summer with their “Dem Guts” bathing suit—a suit with a print of the inner anatomy of the human body—guts and all! 


    It’s nice to see a clothing company which actually recognizes the fact that the women who will be wearing its products are human in every way (including some of the… Read More

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  3. 5 Best Confused Cats Against Feminism

    In response to the blog Women Against Feminism, a new Tumblr has arisen, and it is Confused Cats Against Feminism. The blog is filled with photos of deeply misguided felines who have been led astray by the patriarchy (paw-triarchy? Sorry.) It’s comedic gold and probably the best response we’ve seen to Women Against Feminism yet. Below are five of the best submissions. Check ‘em out!


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  4. "How Not To Get Raped" Satirical Infographic

    Farrah Khan and femifesto have collaborated to create this hilarious infographic entitled “How Not to Get Raped,” which pokes fun at the victim-blaming culture that runs rampant in our society. 




    These “safety tips” are based on actual pieces of advice that buy into victim-blaming and shaming that ignore the institutional reinforcement of rape culture and the … Read More

    From BUST.com

     


  5. Feminism Isn’t Perfect, But it Sure Beats #womenagainstfeminism


    As most feminists know, the Women Against Feminism blog has blown up over the past couple of days. Hundreds of women have taken to social media to discuss why they are against the feminist movement, making arguments along the likes of “I love being a woman,” “I love men,” and “feminism isn’t about equality.” As much as I would lov… Read More

    From BUST.com

     


  6. 5 Best Confused Cats Against Feminism

    In response to the blog Women Against Feminism, a new Tumblr has arisen, and it is Confused Cats Against Feminism. The blog is filled with photos of deeply misguided felines who have been led astray by the patriarchy (paw-triarchy? Sorry.) It’s comedic gold and probably the best response we’ve seen to Women Against Feminism yet. Below are five of the best submissions. Check ‘em out!


    Read More

    From BUST.com

     


  7. Dem Guts Bathing Suit is So Real


    Black Milk Clothing is taking realistic body image to a whole new level this summer with their “Dem Guts” bathing suit—a suit with a print of the inner anatomy of the human body—guts and all! 


    It’s nice to see a clothing company which actually recognizes the fact that the women who will be wearing its products are human in every way (including some of the… Read More

    From BUST.com

     


  8. "How Not to Get Raped" Satirical Infographic

    Farrah Khan and femifesto have collaborated to create this hilarious infographic entitled “How Not to Get Raped,” which pokes fun at the victim-blaming culture that runs rampant in our society. 




    These “safety tips” are based on actual pieces of advice that… Read More

    From BUST.com

     


  9. A Serious Problem with Abusers of YouTube


    Hayley G Hoover, an awesome feminist on YouTube has made a video about Underage sex and consent that I think is very important and worth watching especially considering the latest Youtube news. 









    To summarize, quite a few men have grown “YouTube famous” and have used their Internet fame to manipulate and abuse underage woman. Their behavior ranges from emotiona… Read More

    From BUST.com

     


  10. Abuse In the Field Is Far Too Common Among Female Scientists


    Imagine earning the opportunity to go out into the field and explore the world, as a budding young scientist, only to be greeted by predatory superiors. 


    In a PLOS ONE survey of mostly archaeologists and anthropologists, 64% of field scientists reported having experienced sexual harassment and 22% reported sexual assault in the field.  The academic article also noted that “7… Read More

    From BUST.com