Monthly Archives: November 2014

Wonder Women: or, the So-Called Postfeminist Generation

News flash for me: post-feminism is a thing. And has been for, like, ten years now. I call myself a feminist, and I didn’t even know my political opinions are already retro? My, my, but life does move fast in … Continue reading

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Man Alive, by Thomas Page McBee

This is a good time to point out that the feminism advocated here at Femmeliterate–that radical notion that women deserve the full rights of citizenship as well as equal protection under the law–is a feminism that advocates equality for all … Continue reading

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Finis., by Angélique Jamail

I first encountered Angélique Jamail when she posted an invitation to the Facebook group Binders Full of Women Writers for reviews of literature by women, written by women, in the interests of proving that there is indeed a lively literary … Continue reading

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