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Feminist Fail: My Secret Body Shame

Published by Role Reboot, April 2015. No matter how many anti-fat shaming and body acceptance posts I read and share, the feeling of inadequacy returns.

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‘Iron Jawed Angels’ Was Last Movie to Make Me Cry

Published by Women’s eNews, Feb. 2015. After I saw it I finally, truly, intensely understood that first wave feminists had fought for me. This movement had been started for me. Not just for me, of course, but for all women. Women’s eNews is screening the 2004 movie on Sunday March 1. Go see it if you can.

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This Movie is a Beautiful Call to Anger, Action

Published by Women’s eNews, Dec. 2014. “She’s Beautiful When She’s Angry” brings second-wave feminism dramatically back to life without any false sainthood. It links all of us together and intimates that it’s time for us third- and fourth-wave feminists to take to the streets, too.

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A Feminist Musing on Gender Equality in Qatar

Published by JustHere.qa, Dec. 2013. How are women treated in Qatar? A question that’s asked often and doesn’t have one straight answer. A Qatar-based American feminist attempts to answer this.

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