We hope you're as excited about our new web layout as much as we are. But just because our blogs are taking center stage doesn't mean you can't continue to access our other content, such as podcasts, videos, and magazine articles. And we've just uploaded the Old issue's "Target Women: The Rise of the Sexist Media Stunt" by TheFrisky writer Jessica Wakeman, which analyzes the various articles that jerk our feminist knees simply because they're so ignorantly infuriating (look no further than Spencer Morgan's Douchebag Decree to see that his Sexist Media Stunt on "The Cheetah--the cougar's younger niece" worked). And don't forget you can browse Bitch magazine articles--recent and archived--on our articles page or by issue.
Andromeda Klein is the second YA novel by Frank Portman, aka Dr. Frank of East Bay punk band The Mr. T Experience. Even the simplest plot description showcases how truly weird Portman's latest creation is: she's a high school student/magic disciple attempting to decode the dream messages she is receiving from her dead best frenemy. This isn't harmless, whimsical, nose-wrinkly "Bewitched"-style magic, and Andromeda isn't just quirky or offbeat – think more along the lines of deeply alienated and borderline schizophrenic.
New York City chef Daniel Angerer has caused a bit of a stir this week—anger, if you will, ha!—after posting a recipe for "mommy's milk" cheese on his blog last month. You might think as a vegan, who is by definition opposed to taking the milk from infant non-human animals for my own consumption, I'd dig this bizarre stunt. You'd be wrong.