Tuesday, 26 February 2013
Links Round-up 26/02/2013
Posted by Lashings of Ginger Beer Time
As part of our weekly round-up, here are some things from around the tubes of the internet that we’d like to share with you...
The folks at UK Feminist Blog ‘The F-Word’ are looking for more volunteers to get involved. Could that be you?
N. K. Jemisin wants to know where our outrage is over Hollywood and the Oscars’ treatment of Quvenzhané Wallis.
As part of Women in Horror recognition month, author Lisa Tuttle writes in Bad Reputation on the topic of Female authors in Horror literature. http://www.badreputation.org.uk/2013/02/25/guest-post-lisa-tuttle-women-in-the-clubhouse-of-horror/
[Strong TW: Sexual Violence, misogyny and sexism] Laurie Penny reporting in Egypt on the difficult situation of sexual violence in post-revolution Egypt.
Scott Jordan Harris on the presence of disability on film. http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/ouch/2013/02/disability_in_film_are_attitud.html
A piece on OUSU’s ‘I need feminism because’ campaign. http://oxford.tab.co.uk/2013/02/06/womcam-whiteboards-hit-rad-cam-in-radical-revolution/
A Feminism 101 type piece on how white QUILTBAG+++ persons can be more aware about casual racism and its impact in relation to inclusivity.