This installment of BitchTapes gets its theme from our Spring issue—Law & Order. All these songs have themes of crime, justice, or violence, with genres ranging from old timey Country to contemporary Reggae. Look here and in the forthcoming issue for everything you need to satisfy the ambulance chaser in all of us.
A protest outside the Supreme Court calls attention to Abercrombie's discrimination case. Photo via CAIR.
If you’ve been keeping up with Abercrombie’s terrible PR moves—links here, here and here—you know that it has repeatedly come under fire for being intolerant of anyone who does not fit the ideal Abercrombie image; what they call “classic East Coast collegiate style,” and what I more accurately refer to as “vanilla beach Barbie-Ken-esque style.”
This show features highlights from Bitch magazine's Law & Order print issue: nine writers share lessons they learned from the TV show Law & Order and we discuss the surprising legal career of comic book superheroine She-Hulk.
This episode of Popaganda is brought to you by the Gender Studies Symposium at Lewis & Clark College in Portland, Oregon. Scheduled for March 11-13, the symposium is a free series of lectures, workshops, panel discussions, and performances exploring issues of gender and sexuality. Learn more about this year's free schedule of events at go.lclark.edu/gendersymp.
Individual segments and more ways to listen are below the cut!