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Body Break

For those who grew up in Canada in the 80’s and 90’s like myself, you likely remember those Body Break commercials. For those that don’t, I highly recommend that you look ...

WEBSHOW –> Campaigns Engaging Women: #EPICFAIL?

Tune in to Episode 2 of the Dr. DigiPol Show this Thursday, September 8 from 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm to catch Michelle Coyle of Women Get It Done and ...

Masculinity Isn’t Misogyny

Somewhere along the way American politics got very confused about manhood. And if you didn’t know any better, you might think that rabid misogyny is one of the pillars of ...

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No Woman Should Have to Publicly Discuss Their Abortion: The Tale of @TwoWomenTravel

A woman’s decision to terminate her pregnancy is fundamentally private. Who she shares that decision with should be completely up to her. Despite that, some women find themselves in situations ...

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Soraya Chemaly

Soraya writes about gender, feminism, and culture for The Huffington Post, RHReality Check, and Alternet, and has appeared on NPR's Talk of the Nation and Sirius XM radio. Her work brings academic feminism into mainstream critiques of pop culture through satire and news analysis. She is interested in how systems of oppression are transmitted to children via media and religious cultures. She has a BA in History from Georgetown University, where she founded the feminist undergraduate journal The New Press. Soraya tweets from @schemaly.

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