As Pi Day passes us this weekend and we all stuff ourselves with enormous slices of pie, it seems only right that we should acknowledge some women who were and are amazingly influential in the world of science.
Happy Pi Day: Women in STEM
The Criticism of Feminism as a Trend
The Problem with “Manspreading”
The Ongoing Battle for Recognition and Reparations for Comfort Women
U is for Undies
Current denial of events does not serve to dilute the past; it only inflames it.
This is dedicated to the men who have fat-shamed me in some belief that they “understood me” through my “eating habits” as well as the people in my Muslim community who believe that “covering up” prevents fat-shaming.
“I know, Mama. I understand.”
Online Smack-Talking, Obsessing over the Islamic Scarf, and Angry Posting: How Muslim Women can Foster Dance to Pro-Actively Communicate Feminism
How does a Muslim woman go beyond “anger” or “projecting frustrations” on social media rants in a predominantly Islamophobic society through pro-active and meaningful ways that both address stereotypes and satisfy inner needs for emotional projection?
But what’s wrong with butch women? Hairy women? Man-hating lesbian women? What’s the purpose behind saying that hairy lesbians are “just a small minority” of feminists?