Jessica’s Blog: Reflections on the Hump! Indie Porn Fest

Written by Jessica Young. Posted in Jessica's Blog, Reviews

I went to this movie hoping to learn something: something about what porn is; why it might not be the soul-sucking, demoralizing agent of malevolence I thought it was; how people could use it in a way that might even be healthy. I went hoping to have my mind opened.

In this follow up to an earlier blog post, Ms. Fit editor Jess reports back on her experience of the Hump! Indie-porn festival, and her reflections as a feminist woman of color on the festival’s offerings.

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Editorial: Unpacking Michigan’s Chilling New “Rape Insurance” Law

Written by Marcia Brenner. Posted in Marcia's Blog, Think Features

Rape insurance, abortion rights, women's health“Prepare to be enraged,” a friend said, when I told her I hadn’t yet read all the details of Michigan’s newly passed “rape insurance” law.  When I got the basics—Michigan insurance companies would now only be able to cover abortions by offering a rider you paid extra for, and those still only covered in the case of incest, rape or endangerment of the mother’s life—I didn’t find myself enraged, just numb.

Jessica’s Blog: On Feminist Porn

Written by Jessica Young. Posted in Jessica's Blog, Sex Features

Porn-mag-in-hedgeThe first time I saw a porno mag I was probably in fourth grade. Sex was pretty invisible to me; I was still grossed out by seeing my parents kiss, I hadn’t yet hit puberty, and my crushes on older boys at my church involved fantasies of holding hands and listening to New Edition and Tevin Campbell. I had no interest in anything sweaty or naked, and wouldn’t have known what to do even if I had been interested.

Why I Am Watching the Sochi Olympics

Written by Kathie Bergquist. Posted in Kathie's Blog, Sportz Shortz

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Lauren Jackson

When The Seattle Seahawks won the super bowl last Sunday, Fox News made a big deal about how it was the city’s first National Championship since the 1979 Super Sonics won the NBA finals. This didn’t sit well with members of the two-time (2003 and 2010) WNBA champs, The Seattle Storm. Lauren Jackson, three-time WNBA MVP and a member of both championship teams, called out the oversight on Twitter: “Minimalizing female achievement in sport… Again…”

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