Weekend Links 11: Armpits For Life

Welcome to another week of feminist web surfing! In Weekend Links we gather a set of the most engaging journalism, prose, poetry, art, and Interweb images or memes we have come across. We hope with this small curation of links to illuminate the work of the prolific and active feminist blogosphere.

Links We Like

Forget Miley and NSYNC. The best part of the VMAs that you didn’t see is Grimes and Kathleen Hanna talk feminism and the music industry. Insightful, real, and adorable. [MTV]

These women are growing out their pits for a cause. [Armpits for August]

Transgender surgery at sixteen. [The New Yorker]

Chelsea Manning is the trans icon America needs. [VICE]

This is how we have failed her. [The Nation]

Why does everyone hate Skyler of Breaking Bad?  [NYT]

Causes We Support

Support Slut, a film about the dangerous reality of sexual bullying and slut shaming in our schools, communities, media, and culture. Help out their Kickstarter TODAY! 

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Feminist Blog Roll

The Riveter is a magazine that celebrates narratives and longform journalism by women. We are dedicated to exposing the power of women as storytellers, because we noticed a void in the representation of female longform journalists. This is our effort to fill it, and to diversify the narrative. We don’t believe in stories that can be summed up in a sell line.

Quote of the Week

Trans women have always been revolutionaries, from Marsha P Johnson, to Miss Major, Sylvia Rivera and Chelsea Manning. We have always been on the front lines. Recognize.

(Source: atriptothemorg, via wocinsolidarity)

Art Worth Sharing

Wangechi Mutu is a Kenyan-born artist who was trained as an anthropologist and a sculptor. She has a solo exhibition opening up on the Brooklyn Museum this fall. 
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