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||| at the Page—A Q&A with author G. Willow Wilson
||| at the Web—Is Pinterest is as girly because the media paints it? And if this is the case, who cares?
||| On Activism—Sarah Schulman talks activism, publishing politics, and making paintings from the margins
::: Nude Awakening Can the nudist stream get its groove again?
::: Sugar Rush—Speaking with writer and suggestion columnist Cheryl Strayed
::: existence on Mars (Hill)—In the nation's fastest-growing megachurch, religion and feminism don't mix
::: road Smarts—The gender justice of graffiti artist Panmelo Castro
::: unwell Advised—A new team of courting specialists are taking advantage of the single-black-woman meme
\\\ Bookmarked—Why does gender desire its personal genre?
\\\ intercourse and Salacity—Should we chuckle or recoil while ladies are susceptible onscreen?
\\\ Rapped Up—Why can't the mainstream media handle woman MCs one after the other?
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