I initially thought this would be an annoyingly bro-tastic film with guidance and support strictly coming from the men in Superman’s life. But women play an equal role (although sadly their lives revolve around men), the importance of both femininity and masculinity is stressed and the film attempts to deconstruct hyper-masculinity.
For the 3rd year in a row, I’m off to Western Mass for the 27th Annual Civil Liberties and Public Policy (CLPP) Conference: “From Abortion Rights to Social Justice: Building the Movement for Reproductive Freedom.” Huzzah!
It’s Equal Pay Day, a day to “celebrate” how women still don’t earn an equal wage to men for the same job. Even if you know a lady or two making bigger bucks than you — yes, the gender wage gap is real. And it sucks.
With its vibrant colors and textures and flavors — the peppery arugula, earthy mushrooms, fluffy tofu, fragrant Herbs de Provence — your tastebuds will awaken and you’ll be able to tackle anything the day throws your way.
Ready for the creamiest, dreamiest vegan mac and cheese?? Buckle up and prepare yourself for comfort food nirvana.
Veganism is a direct way every single person can actually make a difference to women all around the world. Read an excerpt of the article from Your Daily Vegan!
Exciting news!! The awesome Avital Norman Nathman interviewed me for Ms. Magazine’s blog in an article”The Femisphere: Foodies and Food Politics,” profiling feminist food bloggers. Huzzah!!
I’m raising money for the Eastern Massachusetts Abortion (EMA) Fund Triathlon!! If you haven’t donated yet, now’s the perfect time. This weekend, (March 22-March 24), you can double your dollars!