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Sapphic Romances + Separating Art from Artist

Pride Month is here and we’ve got our queerly beloveds on our minds. In this double header, you’ll first hear Rah and Jordy discuss their favorite sapphic romances and why they love a good WLW love story. Then, Ashley and Mhairie tackle the question of whether we can ever separate a piece of art (such as a certain nostalgic magical series) from the artist when they actively harm the people we love.

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Giddy Up, It’s Time to Learn

If there’s one thing Feminist Book Club does well, it’s demonstrating how beautifully complex and multifaceted feminists are. In this episode, you’ll hear Ashley and Tayler’s thoughts on the juggernaut that is Beyoncé’s Cowboy Carter (is it a country album?) and then you’ll learn a thing or two about how the government collects demographic data with our resident civil servant and data geek Natalia. 

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Micro Activism and How to Hone Your Activist Identity

For nearly a decade now, the majority of my activism efforts have focused on access to inclusive and comprehensive sexuality education. I’ve volunteered for sex ed organizations. I’ve donated money to them. I’ve engaged in craftivism around the topic. My journalism and copywriting work has focused on sex ed advocacy. I’ve even created a by-god

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Micro Activism: How You Can Make a Difference in the World (Without a Bullhorn)

This post was sponsored by Storey Press. All opinions are my own. Our sponsors help us to pay our staff and to keep feminist media independent! My schedule has gotten exceptionally full lately and I know I’m not alone in this. Once summer is over, it feels like we’re all in a sprint towards the

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Themes from Feminist Psychology

This post may include affiliate links, which means we make a small commission on any sales. This commission helps Feminist Book Club pay our contributors, so thanks for supporting small, independent media! Feminist psychology is a progressive field that explores the intricate web of gender dynamics, sex and sexualities. The field has had a profound

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Bisexuality 101

This post may include affiliate links, which means we make a small commission on any sales. This commission helps Feminist Book Club pay our contributors, so thanks for supporting small, independent media! Today, we are diving into a queer community that often gets overlooked – bisexuals. As someone who discovered their bisexuality in the last

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Karen Horney: Pioneering Female Psychologist

This post may include affiliate links, which means we make a small commission on any sales. This commission helps Feminist Book Club pay our contributors, so thanks for supporting small, independent media! Karen Horney was a founding mother of Feminist Psychology, voiced her differing opinions on Freud, and lived a dynamic life. Here’s her life,

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And Justins’ For All

Justin Jones and Justin Pearson are Tennessee State Representatives. Following yet another school shooting in May 2023, at that time in Nashville, Jones and Pearson, with Representative Gloria Johnson, sought action for gun reform while on the floor of the State House. Rep. Johnson, a white woman, was not expelled. Justin Jones and Justin Pearson were.

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Reimagining Family

This post may include affiliate links, which means we make a small commission on any sales. This commission helps Feminist Book Club pay our contributors, so thanks for supporting small, independent media! Mother’s Day comes with lots of talk and thought about mothers and motherhood — its joys and its sacrifices. It also comes, increasingly

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