B-word / Bitch Magazine is currently accepting applications for an Americorp
employee to work here in our office in NE Portland. The stellar
individual who takes on this job of "B-Word Outreach Coordinator" will
be responsible for ramping up our connectons with individuals in
Portland and around the country through our magazine, events and
activities, our website, Internet social networking and more.
The position runs January - August, is at 19 hours / week and could expand in length and hours afterwards!
Sound like fun? The deadline to apply is December 21st, so send in your application ASAP!
Turns out Versace is not just weird and sexually creepy in their print ads (see above), they're also weird and sexually creepy toward their employees! Or one in particular, anyway. Former Versace aide Fay Rodriguez sued the fashion giant on Wednesday for gender discrimination, saying she was
forced to relay sexually explicit voicemail messages and was fired when
The American Prospect is currently featuring an article with Andi Zeisler. The article talks about, among other things, the financial future of feminist publications in the current economy, in addition to analyzing taken-for-granted attitudes regarding feminism.
Because it's Friday and I'm so sure none of us want to get all deep and "think-y" on a Friday--I'm gonna declare today "Support Movement Friday," which basically boils down to, I'm going to scour the internets for the coolest video/pics of women 'doing movement' and post it here. You are then going to ooh and ahh over the amazing fantastic beauty that is women moving--and then we will talk together to find ways to support ALL women in "movement."
This week the box crushes on one of TV's most entertaining actresses.
Marcia Cross has been a guest-spot staple since she made her
first television appearance in 1985, but she's best known for playing very different roles on Desperate Housewives and Melrose Place.
So which is more fun: an obsessively traditional housewife or a baby-napping husband hater?
If you are reading this you clearly have access to the internet, and therefore you have most likely read something about Oprah Winfrey's weight gain confession. The jist is this: Oprah weighed 160 pounds two years ago, and now she weighs 200. She "confessed" to the weight gain for the January issue of O Magazine, and now the interwebs are buzzing. The real issue here though is not the weight gain, but the crazy amount of attention it has received. Check out the attention we give to the attention, after the jump.
Urban outfitters recently yanked a t-shirt from their shelves, citing "bad press" as the reason. Was it one of their infamous "Voting Is For Old People" shirts? Or possibly the one with money signs encircling the phrase "Everyone Loves A Jewish Girl?" Or maybe one of the many shirt images that have been stolen from independent companies and designers?