What's Current: Rachel Moran teams up with Jill Meagher's husband on anti-prostitution campaign

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Many Native tribes had a matrilineal societal organization: “Matrilinial societies — women with power and respect.”

Victoria A. Brownworth on Michfest’s end of an era.

Model for Norman Rockwell’s ‘Rosie the Riveter’ dies at 92.

Down with marriage. Up with Spinsterhood! Kate Bolick’s new book Spinster drops this month.

Rachel Moran teams up with Jill Meagher’s husband, Tom, in anti-prostitution campaign: “Prostitution: We don’t buy it.”

Susan Cox is a feminist writer and erstwhile academic in Philosophy. Follow her @Blasfemmey. Got tips? Email us.

Susan Cox
Susan Cox

Susan Cox is a feminist writer and academic living in the United States. She teaches in Philosophy.

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  • Laur

    I highly recommend everyone check out the article on MichFest linked to above. The author clears up many misconceptions about fest. Then, if you read the comments, you can begin to see what fest actually means to women who attend, and why so many women are very upset by this loss. Fest is not just a woman-only “music-festival,” though I can see why people who haven’t attended might have this impression.

    On another note, thank you Susan, for posting a link about the book Spinster. I recently heard the Slate XX podcast discuss this book, and I have been hoping it would get more attention in feminist circles.