Thank you to Jenny and Natalia for making us such a stunning poster for this year’s Toronto Queer Zine Fair!
Those interested in tabling, performing or volunteering should check out our website for more info!
Eventually we’re just gonna have to accept “ducking” as a swear word
Caroline Shadood of Broadist was on Dress Code Cracker this week….put your hair in a bitchy high feminist ponytail and listen to her words of wisdom about “Bushwick pretty” and cultural appropriation! Listen at iTunes, Stitcher and rate/review….thank you very kindly!
hey so i run this site called forest ambassador
it posts three games a week that are free, short, and easy to get into
(it’s videogames for people who don’t like videogames)
the games i post are about stuff like: false police confessions, feeding ducks, urban zoning policy, being a pregnant mermaid, shaving your legs, capitalism, hugging cats
(things games aren’t usually about)
they’re also often by marginalized authors
oh, and you can browse all 150+ games i’ve posted so far by mood, too
it would mean a lot to me if you would reblog this post and check out the site!
oh, and one last thing: the site is currently my only steady source of income. so if you like the kind of things i’m doing with it and can afford to, consider subscribing, which gets you a monthly ezine called woodland secrets (you can learn more about that here)
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I’ve been reading Caroline Shadood’s style blog Broadist for a few years now. I contacted her and she was good enough to meet me at a bar in her native Bushwick NY. Broadist has been online since 2011 and is a platform for body/sex positivity and, as Caroline puts it, “feminism, style and lady problems”.
Caroline Shadood was a pleasure to talk to about her ‘practical over flattering’ style—and her rejection of the entire concept of ‘flattering’. Her blog Broadist has gotten a lot of attention for it’s refreshing take on style/politics/’lady troubles’ and body positivity.
She doesn’t buy new clothes, prefers to swap/thrift and never pays full price for anything; refers to growing out her hair to acihieve the Kathleen Hanna trademark — the ’bitchy high ponytail’; and talked about armpit exposure as a measure of a fancy vs casual event. In short she was an utter delight!
\thanks for listening!
Confused dog in solidarity with confused cats.
Confused Cats Against Feminism is a project of We Hunted the Mammoth:The New Misogyny
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