Tag Archives: women’s liberation movement


I was browsing the NYTimes and they’re asking for definitions of work.  Well, this came to mind: a poster I bought in high school which lives in my blue bedroom at my parent’s house: Because a woman’s work is never done. and is underpaid, or unpaid, or boring, or repetitious, and we’re the first to […]

The Black List Project Continued. . .

For some reason, it always hits a nerve when a female coeval says she is not a feminist. “Why do we need feminism?/Aren’t we all equal now?/I have never experienced sexism, what’s the big deal?/I don’t identify with those bra burning feminists!/It’s for white affluent women, it’s not for me/The girls I know who are […]