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Understanding men who murder their families. [Buzzfeed]
The problem with wishing violence upon rapists. [Daily Life]
The dehumanisation of rape survivors, especially those who are disabled. [Pacific Standard]
Chelsea Clinton is apparently a bad mother for missing her daughter’s first day of kinder to campaign for Hillary, who was also shamed for not attending.
“Donald Trump is on record admitting he had little to do with raising his own children, and we can only assume he does even less as a grandfather, and nobody bats an eyelid.
And just in case you’re wondering, there was no mention of whether or not Bill Clinton was babysitting or why he didn’t come along for Charlotte’s first day.” [Daily Life]
For more feminist goodness from across the Aussie and NZ interwebs, check out the 100th Down Under Feminists Carnival. [Zero at the Bone]
“Black Tweets Matter.” [Smithsonian]
Has the sharing of viral war porn gone too far? [Daily Life]
Just over a year out from the so-called “Divas Revolution”, I examine the state of women’s wrestling. [SBS Zela]
Hollywood hates queer girls. [Buzzfeed]
The Olympics offers a reprieve from men’s sport. [Daily Life]
Further to that, how to write about female Olympians. [The Guardian]
SBS Zela has had its funding cut. Save the site so Australian women’s sport gets the coverage it deserves. [Change.org]
The inherent sexism of method acting. [The Atlantic]
I also wrote about my choice to be single. [SBS Life]
A common catch cry heard in the wake of Kim Kardashian exposing Taylor Swift’s lies about not knowing that Kanye West would rap about her in his song “Famous” is to “focus on more important things”. But the demonisation of a black man for victimising a white woman is very important and echoes the spate of black men being killed in America. [Cosmopolitan]
Taylor Swift is not that innocent. [Vulture]
A history of the media souring on Swift. [Vulture]
In defence of the term “honour killing”. [Daily Life]
Little Women‘s Meg and the labour of performing womanhood. [LA Review of Books]
“They planted the seeds in my mind, and the minds of countless other young girls, that feminism is important and valid and should be thought about and yelled about wherever you go.” [Kill Your Darlings]
A Wonder Woman primer. [Movie Mezzanine]