Feminism | Posted by Julie Z on 11/7/2013

Jessica Valenti On What It Will Take To Make A Woman President

Jessica Valenti, called one of the Top 100 Inspiring Women in the world by The Guardian, is the author of four books on feminism, politics, and culture. Valenti founded Feministing.com, which Columbia Journalism Review called “head and shoulders above almost any writing on women’s issues in mainstream media.” Her writing has appeared in Washington Post, The Nation, The Guardian (UK), The American Prospect, Ms. Magazine, Salon, and Bitch magazine. She has won a Choice USA Generation Award and the 2011 Hillman Journalism Prize for her work with Feministing.

MS: What qualities do you think women bring to positions of influence and leadership that the United States and the world most need now?

JV: I don’t want to generalize. I don’t know that women, as a broad category, have

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Feminism, Pop-Culture | Posted by Julie Z on 12/29/2009

Feminist Vlogging

It seems like blogging is a pretty accepted form of spreading the feminist word. However, we don’t talk about those who are doing some awesome feminist vlogging. I thought today I’d share some of the cool vlogs I’ve come across.

SHE-TV

SHE TV is described as:

S.H.E. (Sugar Hooker Entertainment) is a Los Angeles based multi-platform girl culture brand. SHEtv’s latest production, called “G.I.R.L. (Girls In Real Life),” offers conversation among girls about real-life subjects that are relevant to girls aged 12-24. G.I.R.L. is a live, hosted magazine show, where segments are dictated by the interactive audience.

“TV networks don’t have characters that speak to the diversity of girls who exist out there economically, socially, and ethnically,” says Jerra Spence, CEO of S.H.E. “Girls are forced to look to fantasy

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