On abortion access and storytelling

  • Worried Your Vote Can’t Protect Reproductive Rights? Mutual Aid Can (and Does) (Autostraddle)
  • The slow, punishing arc of “The Handmaid’s Tale” mirrors our struggle for reproductive rights (Salon)
  • "Religious leaders should be asking for your forgiveness" on abortion – not the other way around (Salon)
  • COVID Vaccine Inaccessibility Highlights Barriers to Abortion Access (Wear Your Voice)
  • Cyber Criminals Are Threatening Abortion Access (Dame Magazine)
  • Will California Transform the Abortion Access Conversation? (Dame Magazine)

  • On the Supreme Court

  • The Feminist Argument for Court Expansion (The Mary Sue)
  • Let's Hold Off on Welcoming SCOTUS to the Resistance (The Mary Sue)
  • The cost of the GOP's war against abortion is adding up — and taxpayers are footing the bill (Salon)
  • How the Senate’s Structure Upholds White, Male Dominance (Feministing)
  • Why don’t we believe women’s warnings about Roe v. Wade? (Feministing)

  • On abolition and decarceration

  • #8toAbolition Imagines a Future Without Police. It’s About Time. (Bitch Media)
  • Arkansas Wants Cops Involved in Abortions (Rewire)
  • How President Biden Can Change Title IX to Protect Sexual Assault Survivors (Teen Vogue)
  • What Defund the Police Means to Sexual Assault Survivors (Dame Magazine)
  • Even the best cop shows fall into "copaganda" – helping the real-life police more than survivors (Salon)

  • On abortion criminalization

  • How Antiabortion Laws Put Women Who Miscarry in the Crosshairs (POPSUGAR)
  • A new Texas abortion law highlights dangers of citizen policing (Salon)
  • Reproductive and Disability Justice Demand Abolition (Salon)
  • Treated as a "criminal mastermind”: Black women athletes punished for mental & reproductive health (Salon)
  • "Britney does not need to be protected from herself": How society treats those perceived as disabled (Salon)
  • It's 2021, and Most States Still Need to Decriminalize Abortion (The Mary Sue)
  • Ohio isn’t an anomaly—the anti-choice movement is about punishment (Feministing)

  • On the intersection of survivor justice and reproductive justice

  • Abortion Bans Are a Form of Gender-Based Violence (Dame Magazine)
  • What the US Can Learn from Argentina's Abortion Victory (Rewire)

  • On rape culture

  • Despite male hysteria, #MeToo didn't “go too far” – it hasn't gone far enough (Salon)
  • Who Should Cover Stories About Sexual Assault? (Dame Magazine)
  • Michael Che and the "edgy," male comedian's obsession with rape jokes (Salon)
  • By refusing to name her abuser, Lady GaGa reclaims power (Salon)
  • Inside the media debate between using “sexual assault” and “rape” (Salon)
  • Know Our Names: Chanel Miller Shatters Stigma for Asian American Survivors (Bitch Media)
  • After Eight Seasons, Game of Thrones Still Doesn’t Know How to Discuss Sexual Violence (POPSUGAR)
  • "The struggle is the story": "I'll Be Gone in the Dark" sequel director reexamines McNamara's work (Salon)

  • On media representation

  • Asian Americans need more than just Hollywood representation to address anti-Asian racism (Salon)
  • We never needed rape scenes to tell stories of sexual assault – finally, movies and TV are catching up (Salon)
  • In Hulu's "False Positive," the real monster isn't just a shady fertility doctor (Salon)
  • "Black Widow" challenges treating women as disposable, especially those without biological families (Salon)

  • On intimate partner violence

  • When Your Partner Wants to Control Your Reproductive Choices (Rewire)
  • How Domestic Violence Is Also A Form of Voter Suppression (Supermajority)

  • On women in politics

  • Progressive Lenses: Women Candidates and the New Double Standard (Bitch Media)
  • We Have to Stop Blaming Women Voters for Trying to Survive (The Mary Sue)
  • Amy Coney Barrett Shows Once and for All White Women in Power Aren’t Inherently Feminist (Autostraddle)
  • 100 years later, the Racist Legacy and Violence of the 19th Amendment Persist (The Mary Sue)
  • The human rights of marginalized people are more than “identity politics” (Feministing)

  • On economic justice

  • Abortion Access is an Economic Issue for Everyone (Dame Magazine)
  • Why Labor Justice Advocates Want Reproductive Care Covered (Women's Media Center)
  • Why Do So Many People Defend Billionaires From Any Criticism? (The Mary Sue)
  • Uncompensated Labor Imbalances Make the Gender Wage Gap Even Worse Than We Knew (The Mary Sue)
  • Naomi Osaka stands up for all athletes by refusing to be exploited at the cost of her mental health (Salon)

  • On climate justice

  • Why Eco-Fascism Can Never Co-Opt Reproductive Justice (Wear Your Voice)
  • That "Sweet Tooth" shocking twist is a critique of misguided eco-fascism (Salon)

  • On period justice

  • The Politics of Menstruation (Dame Magazine)
  • How period jokes and stories are changing the world on "the quintessential intersectional issue" (Salon)

  • On sex positivity

  • Catwoman's oral sex scene erasure is just one more way media denies women sexual pleasure (Salon)

  • On respectability politics

  • Respectability Politics Underlie Reactions to Trump’s Lies and Tlaib’s Profanities (Brit+Co)
  • “Civility” Is an Excuse Used to Silence the Marginalized and Their Defenders (The Mary Sue)
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