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||| 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
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::: existence on Mars (Hill)—In the nation's fastest-growing megachurch, religion and feminism don't mix
::: highway Smarts—The gender justice of graffiti artist Panmelo Castro
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\\\ intercourse and Salacity—Should we snort or flinch whilst ladies are susceptible onscreen?
\\\ Rapped Up—Why can't the mainstream media handle woman MCs one by one?
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