Tag Archives: Feminism

Feminists honor Miss Piggy; MSNBC asks her about abortion

When the Brooklyn Museum’s Elizabeth Sackler Center for Feminist Art decided to honor a leader in modern feminism, it was a no-brainer. Billed as “an annual event honoring extraordinary women who are first in their fields,” The Sackler Center First Awards had previously honored former Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor,  writer Toni Morrison, director Julie Taymor, and Anita Hill. You ... Read More »

Nothing Pisses Off Feminists Like Preventing Date Rape

By: Katrina Jorgensen Recently, a group of (male) students created a pretty impressive new product: a nail polish that can detect the presence of multiple drugs (the kind used for date-rape) in a drink. When I read about the polish I thought, what a great, discreet means of protection! Not to mention, a useful thing to have on hand (literally) at a ... Read More »