Simha Haddad is an American writer based in Southern California. She is the author of the queer fiction novel, Somewhere on This Rainbow. Following her interview with The Georgia Hollywood Review, Simha became a lead writer for the publication’s LGBTQIA+ section. Her short stories and other articles have appeared in various publications.
ECQA and Tony Hoang on queer rights
Blog, Social Justice

Equality California’s 20-Year Fight for Queer Rights 

Equality California (EQCA) is the nation’s largest LGBTQ+ civil rights organization. According to their site, they are always “striving to create a world that is healthy, just, and fully equal for all LGBTQ+ people.” With over 180 bills passed in favor of queer rights over 20 years, EQCA has been making good on its mission in …

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Elliot Page
Blog, Social Justice

10 Reasons to Crush on Elliot Page

In addition to that piercing gaze, there is so much to love about Page that I found it hard to narrow it down to just ten reasons to crush on him. But I did it, everyone. I. Did. It.  So, without further ado, here are ten reasons to crush on Elliot Page. 

The Last Nomad
Author Interview, Blog, Social Justice

Coming of Age in the Somali Desert with Shugri Said Salh

Shugrin Said Salh’s nomadic childhood comes alive in her debut memoir, The Last Nomad: Coming of Age in the Somali Desert. At times touching, at times brutally raw, but always teeming with hope, The Last Nomad is an honest account of Shugri’s love for her war-torn country.   When did it first occur to you to share your story in …

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the words read, resist and vote are separated by star like shapes around the purple lips that make up the feminist book club logo
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Read. Resist. Vote. 2022 — Week One

Love the image above? We’re bringing back our Read. Resist. Vote. shirts. Get yours now! In 2020, our Editor-in-Chief — Natalia Santana — worked with Feminist Book Club members to curate a list of progressive, female candidates to feature on this blog. Her intention was not only to spotlight kickass female candidates, but also to …

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Blog, Book Reviews, Social Justice

Book Review: Abolition. Feminism. Now.

GOODREADS DESCRIPTION: An urgent, vital manifesto of intersectional, internationalist, abolitionist feminism, from leading scholar-activists Angela Y. Davis, Gina Dent, Erica Meiners, and Beth E. Richie. As a politic and a practice, abolition increasingly shapes our political moment, halting the construction of new jails and propelling movements to divest from policing. Yet erased from this landscape …

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