October 15, 2016 On the (Rest of the) Net. By Scarlett Harris ¶ Posted in On the (Rest of the) Net, On the Net ¶ Tagged Birth of a Nation, blogging, child-free, contraception, Daily Life, disability rights, Donald Trump, Election, Elena Ferrante, F is for Feminism, Intergender World Champs, intimate partner violence, Kim Kardashian, Motto, NYTimes, politics, racism, SBS Guide, sexism, The Cut, Vox, Vulture, wrestling, Writers Bloc ¶ Leave a comment I wrote about the damaging notions of “most girls” and “real women” in wrestling for a new intersectional wrestling site. [Intergender World Champs] I also wrote about blogging nostalgia and why I no longer identify as a blogger. [Writers Bloc] I’m at F is for Feminism writing about being child-free by choice. And my latest piece for SBS is on white writers telling black stories. The catch-22 women who experience depression from taking the pill face when they have no other options. [Daily Life] “I’m a woman wrestler and a survivor of intimate partner violence.” [Motto] The frightening similarities between Election and the current U.S. presidential race. [The Cut] How women’s magazines repositioned themselves to be major players in the political press. [Vox] Elena Ferrante’s outing and Kim Kardashian’s robbery are two sides of the same privacy coin. [The Cut] Couples with Down syndrome don’t need to be sterilised, they need to be supported. [Daily Life] Birth of a Nation gives its women characters the short straw. [Vulture] “Pussygate” was the final nail in Donald Trump’s presidential coffin, and women voters will make him pay for it at the ballot box. [NYTimes] Trump’s abhorrent misogyny has brought to light the Republican party’s view of women as extensions of the men who own them. [The Cut] Image via SE Scoops.