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7 Forgotten Women Surrealists Who Deserve To Be Remembered. 10 Female Dadaists You Should Know. Today would have been the 125th birthday of feminist Dada artist Hannah Höch — dubbed “art’s original punk” by The Guardian earlier this year.

10 Female Dadaists You Should Know

As the article points out, Höch was an unlikely addition to the early 20th-century group — which favored the irrational, nihilistic, collaborative, and spontaneous — namely, because Höch was a woman. One of the group’s pioneering photomontage artists, Höch critiqued the role of women, beauty standards, marriage, the politics of her home country, Germany, and the oft-misogynist Dada group itself. Take Höch’s 1919 work Cut With the Kitchen Knife Dada Through the Last Weimar Beer-Belly Cultural Epoch of Germany, for instance. The title says it all. In celebration of Höch’s essential contributions to Dada and the art world at large, we’re visiting the works of other female Dadaists who you should know. Suzanne Duchamp. La Rage – Affiches féministes libres de droits du monde entier !

Collectif des créatrices de bande dessinée contre le sexisme. Un site utilisant Les blogs Le Films Féminisme - Liste de 28 films. Films Body-Shaming/TCA - Liste de 2 films. Films Body-Shaming/TCA - Liste de 2 films. Les vies de Thérèse : une trahison? Top 25 des meilleurs films sur le féminisme. Affiches suffragettes/suffragists on Pinterest. #Feminism, a Nano-Game Anthology. Update: Here's an unformatted preview of one of the games in the collection: Restrictions by Frida Karlsson Lindgren and Sofia Stenler.

#Feminism, a Nano-Game Anthology

You can download it here: Julia Ellingboe also wrote an great essay about her experiences writing her entry, You've Come a Long Way, Baby here: Update: Our "News Stand" pickup options now include GeekGirlCon and Camp Nerdly (VA), in addition to Solmukohta, Fastaval, Big Bad Con, Gen Con, Origins, DEXCON, and Living Games Austin! If you live in London, you can also select this option if you're willing to visit a pickup spot at one of our contributor's offices in Central London. Update: Stretch goals! If we reach 5500 we will upgrade the photography and print more copies, some of which will be donated to academics and underserved gaming communities.

If we reach 7000 we can upgrade the paper and afford to reward our writers, copy editors, and editors with something special. There are so many feminist games to write, and so little time. What's a nanogame? Livres féministes - Liste de 12 livres. Guide à l’usage des auteurs qui écrivent des livres sexistes (mais qui font p... Je viens de finir un bouquin sexiste.

Guide à l’usage des auteurs qui écrivent des livres sexistes (mais qui font p...

J’en ai parlé avec l’auteur (c’est un copain très sympa), il a été tout surpris. Pourtant, après discussion, il est tombé d’accord avec moi : oui, c’est vrai, son bouquin est sexiste. Pas méchamment macho, pas violemment misogyne, non. Juste empreint d’un sexisme ordinaire, qui se traduit dans son livre à la façon d’une loupe qui amplifierait les tares de notre société. « Purée, j’avais pas fait gaffe, si seulement j’aurais su ! Voici les principaux points auxquels il faut, je crois, prêter attention. 1) Vous avez le syndrome de la Shtroumpfette. Comment arranger ça ? 2) Vous avez le syndrome Trinity. Par dessus le marché, en plus de TOUTES ses compétences, votre personnage a une apparence physique validée par le regard masculin. Que faire pour éviter ça ? 3) Vos personnages féminins sont des mamans ou des putains.

À l’inverse, il y a la putain. Parfois, un personnage parvient à être les deux en même temps. Comment faire pour arranger ça ? 13 Spooky Mighty Girl Tales for Tweens and Teens. Help keep A Mighty Girl growing in the years ahead!

13 Spooky Mighty Girl Tales for Tweens and Teens

If you discover books or other resources via this post that you would like to purchase, please use the "Buy at Amazon" and other links found on every A Mighty Girl product page. By doing so, at no added cost to you, you help to support the site and allow us to continue providing you with wonderful girl-empowering resources. We appreciate your support! Posted on October 21, 2016 by Katherine A Mighty Girl's top picks of spooky and suspenseful books for tweens & teens. As Halloween approaches, it's fun to read spooky stories that send shivers up and down your spine! In this blog post, we've showcased thirteen of our favorite girl-empowering spooky stories perfect for tweens and teens — ones that no doubt many adult readers will enjoy as well. Playlist 100% meufs – En mai, fais ce qu’il te plaît.