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What I'm Reading This Week: 9/4

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What I'm Reading This Week: 8/21

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What I'm Reading This Week: 11/21

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Nicki Minaj and the Performance of White Supremacy by Janell Hobson, Ms.

The Problem with "Serial" and the Model Minority Myth by Julia Carrie Wong, Buzzfeed

Remembering Us When We're Gone, Ignoring Us When We're Here by Morgan Collado, Autostraddle

The Jock Doctrine by Carolyn Prouse, Jacobin

A Year Closer to Home by Joshunda Sanders, Joshunda Sanders

Emails Where Shit Got Real by Michelle Dean, The Butter

The Real Lolita by Sarah Weinman, Hazlitt

 

 

 

What I'm Reading This Week: 10/10

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Find Your Beach by Zadie Smith, New York Review of Books

The Price of Black Ambition by Roxane Gay, Virginia Review Quarterly

On Deciding What Counts: Elizabeth Ellen and What Makes A Victim by Mallory Ortberg, The Toast

Kanye West Is Better at His Job Than I Am at Mine (But I’m Way Better at Being a Fake-Ass Feminist) (2012) by Kiese Laymon, Gawker

Stories Like Passwords by Emma Healy, The Hairpin

Girls in Country Songs by Alice Bolin, The Awl 

 

What I'm Reading This Week: 10/3

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Confessions of a Former Internet Troll by Emmett Rensin, Vox

Latina, at the White, Male New York Times: “Why are people thinking it’s OK to say racist sh-t in front of me?” [I can't get over this bizarre headline. An excerpt from A Cup of Water Under My Bed] by Daisy Hernandez, Salon

“A Witch!”: On Women’s Intuition and Men Behaving Badly by Mackenzie Mays, The Toast

Carry That Weight: The Revival of Feminist Performance Art by Stassa Edwards, The Hairpin

The Problem of Entitlement: A Question of Respect by Steve Almond, Poets & Writers

Why It Makes Sense to Bike Without a Helmet by Howie Chong, Howie Chong

What I'm Reading This Week: 9/26

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Up From Pain by Charles M. Blow, New York Times 

David Mitchell on How to Write: "Neglect Everything Else" by Joe Fessler, The Atlantic

You're Old & Finally Out of Prison: What Happens Now? by Victoria Law, Gothamist

In Defense of Ms. Hill by Talib Kweli, Medium 

Here's Why the New York Times Television Coverage Is So Bad by Anne Helen Peterson, Buzzfeed

Do You Love Yourself Enough to Love Beyonce? by Melissa Beck, Melissa Beck

What I'm Reading This Week: 9/19

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Black Art Is Not a Free For All by Nadijah Robinson, Black Girl Dangerous

Lena Dunham Is Not Done Confessing by Meghan Daum, New York Times Magazine

Meredith Graves (Perfect Pussy) Talks Andrew W.K., Lana Del Rey and Authenticity by Meredith Graves, The Talkhouse

Danièle Watts, Sexual Respectability, and Talking to Cops by Yasmin Nair, Yasmin Nair

The Importance of Music to Girls by Brodie Lancaster, Rookie

What I'm Reading This Week: 9/5

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What I'm Reading This Week: 8/29

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The Police Violence We Aren’t Talking About by Zoë Carpenter, The Nation

Heavy metal songs: Contaminated songbirds sing the wrong tunes bHelen Fields and Alanna Mitchell, Environmental Health News

Memes and Misogynoir by Lauren Jackson, The Awl

Without You I'm Nothing: Rockstars' ex-lovers move beyond their historical footnotes by Alexandra Molotkow, The Believer 

Fatal Hypothesis: How Belief in a Just World is Killing Us by Katherine Cross, Feministing