I wasn’t entirely sure what to expect when I first decided to move to Denver. We first visited for our anniversary last August. By September, my husband had acquired a job here. I made it down by November, and the rest, as they say, is history. Denver is slowly but surely beginning to feel like… Read More 7 Reasons Feminists Should Move To Denver
I’ve been mulling this over for a while…a slogan I’m seeing everywhere: “The Future Is Female.” Living in a patriarchal society, a patriarchal world, really, I understand the need for such a statement. During and after the Women’s March (on Washington and elsewhere), you could see signs and t-shirts with these four words all over… Read More The Future Is Female (But Really, It’s So Much More)
This past weekend, I had the privilege of marching side by side with hundreds of thousands of others (200,000 here in Denver, to be specific), all united in our distrust of and anger toward an administration that would be vocal of wanting to trample upon our rights. I also learned a lot at the Women’s… Read More What I Learned From The Women’s March (And Where To Go Next)
I’m a huge fan of board games. I still have my original Guess Who?, Monopoly, and Clue in my garage, though I woefully am unsure of what happened to my Ask Zandar. So when I saw this video about a new board game that’s meant to piss off little girls, I was, well, curious. Presenting,… Read More “The Glass Ceiling” Board Game Shows Little Girls Just What To Expect In The Real World
This past weekend, I attended a Feminist Zine Making Workshop And Pizza Party at HistoryMiami, our local historical museum (which I worked for once upon a time–they are awesome and you should totally visit, FYI). The workshop was part of EXILE Book’s Artist In Residence partnership with the museum. I made plans with my friend Jenny… Read More Feminist Zine Making 101
This morning I woke up to this story on my feed about Saturday Night Live covering the topic of feminism. The sketch, which featured Ariana Grande and most if not all the women on SNL, was about how the group wanted to write a feminist song but how it got a bit problematic on the… Read More Can There Be A Feminist Song? Sure There Can!