Tag Archives: misogyny

Meditations on transmisogyny – Week 179

As a trans woman, having my humanity denied, debated, or outright denigrated can be hard to tease apart from baseline cultural misogyny. It might even be a unique offshoot of it. Around the world women struggle to be heard, to … Continue reading

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Wither the United States post-Donald Trump?

Friday, October 7, 2016 has just become another American cultural moment that many people will remember as a, “I remember exactly what I was doing when I found out,” moment uponĀ hearing of Donald J. Trump’sĀ boasting of sexual assault as reported … Continue reading

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