Notice that the Bitch blog just got a little more AWESOMER recently?
If not, check out the sidebar for our latest feature: BitchTapes! A weekly eight song playlist to get your weekend off right (or just to get you through Friday). Read on for my tracklist!
Last night, Annalee and I saw Swedish darling Lykke Li at the Hawthorne Theater here in Portland. The show included a kazoo solo, a megaphone, and covers of both Lil Wayne and Tribe Called Quest songs. Read on for more!
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Does the Bitch website look a little bit extra stylish to you? If so, it's probably due to the oh-so-super tote bags we have for sale! (Get yours now by clicking here.) The tote bags have been so popular, we don't want to stop there. Take a quick poll after the jump and let us know what other Bitch merch you'd like to see! 'Tis the season, after all.
I'm really excited to announce that starting this very week we'll be hosting a rotating crew of guest bloggers. I'd like to introduce and welcome our first two:
Juliana Tringali, a regular and longtime contributor to and supporter of Bitch, started out as an intern here way back in the day, when she wrote this piece. Juliana will be blogging with a feminist eye on mainstream TV – so if you're dying to have conversations like, "Why Is 'Fake' the new 'Bitchy'?" after the latest episode of Real Housewives of Atlanta or America's Next Top Model, tune in...
Lisa, who blogs at A Woman's Ecdysis, truly one of the raddest blogs around, and where I'm always learning new concepts (like the term kyriarchy). Lisa will be exploring the term "feminist" in-depth – including recent controversies and conflicts, and efforts to claim feminism– asking questions like, What does it say when pro-choice advocates supported Sarah Palin and How does academic feminism fit into hip-hop?
At long last, there's a place for y'all to start systematically giving us your thoughts and feedback about the future direction of B-Word/Bitch. Please go here to complete our survey! The survey will be up until December 31st. Please spread the word... Thanks!