Letters of Note: One of the Doomed

I love Letters of Note, and this recent one is a new favorite. In March of 1812, “Almroth Wright wrote a lengthy, pompous letter to The Times in which he argued that women should not be allowed to vote, and in fact should be kept away from politics altogether, due to their supposed psychological and…

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I love the Feminist Sticker Club.

I joined the Feminist Sticker Club a while back and I’m loving the stickers that surprise me in the mail every few weeks. For $2.50/month, it’s fun & the stickers are great quality. This month’s two stickers on equal pay are especially well-timed, since we hit the day of the year earlier this week that…

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Society & Dr. Elizabeth Blackwell

“If society will not admit woman’s free development, then society must be remodeled.” –Dr. Elizabeth Blackwell She was the first woman in America to earn a medical degree (in 1849) and she’s also totally right.

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Top Ten Tuesday: Books By and/or Featuring Feminists 101

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature hosted by The Broke and The Bookish. There’s a new topic every week inviting everyone to share their lists. This Week’s Topic: Top Ten Books That Would Be On Your Syllabus If You Taught (?) 101 — And my 101 course would be: Books by and/or featuring feminists.…

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Senator Elizabeth Warren Stands with Planned Parenthood

Elizabeth Warren continues to be a badass who stands up for what she believes in and fights for Americans every day. She should be in charge of more things, like maybe the whole country. Here’s a quick overview of the video in gifs: (Thanks for the gifs, Salon.)

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