By Sarah Emanuel. On June 10, 2017, I sat in a crowded theater to watch Gal Gadot’s portrayal of Wonder Woman on the big screen. At first blush, I was in awe of her. I admired her strength. I valued her persistence. I liked that she had thighs. It was as if I had been […]
I love reading my offline newspaper, The New York Times, delivered to my doorsteps, every morning. I love it because I never know what I will read while drinking my Darjeeling tea. The advantage of the offline issue is that editors prepared the sequence of articles for us offline readers whereas in the online edition […]
By Arminta Fox. The risks are great for online feminists, as Megan Goodwin’s recent blog post argues. In some circles, adding religion to the conversation makes it riskier, even if being undone by the feminist religious other is desirable. The risks for feminists of color and non-cisgender feminists, who face multiplicative levels of oppression, can […]
I saw the movie WAR ROOM and for the rest of that day I was on fire – not with anger, but with a renewed love for God. Before you dismiss this review, let me explain. I’ve since deleted my Twitter and FB posts raving about the movie because after reading a review about the dangers […]
This is the summer of trans-. Never has a single Latin prefix so pervaded the American imagination.