About Me

In 2009 I took a women's studies class in which I had an assignment to make a magazine about any topic I wanted. Since I've loved glossy magazines my whole life but always wished for something more substantive when I was growing up, I did my project on teenagers and feminism.

The result was a 45-page magazine, with pictures, photo spreads and articles. I had so much fun making it that I started this blog to keep that momentum going.

I typically cover pop culture, comedy, and politics, since these are the things that interest me most. I am interested in actively promoting creative works produced by women (see on-going series Feminist Rapper Friday and Sunday Funday Female Comedy) and I love getting comments and suggestions for topics YOU want to see covered. 

I also blog regularly with a bunch of my fabulous feminist friends at FOXJUICE, a feminist collective tumblr started in summer 2012. My work is under the tag "Liz"

Other Writing: 
Women 2012 October 18, 2012

The Clothesline Project October 20, 2010


1 comment:

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