Feminism

Comics 

EARTH PRIME TIME: INTERVIEW WITH PETER BAGGE (PART TWO)

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We continue our talk with underground comics legend Peter Bagge (Hate) at Earth Prime Time to talk about his latest: Woman Rebel: The Margaret Sanger Story from Drawn and Quarterly. Peter’s biographical hardcover graphic novel takes a look at one of feminism’s most controversial and important icons. Sanger’s (September 14, 1879 – September 6, 1966) life’s work was devoted to legalizing birth control and played a part in forming what is known today as the Planned Parenthood Federation of America. Peter’s book tour stops at Brookline Booksmith on Monday, October 21.

Interview part 1 HERE.

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Comics 

EARTH PRIME TIME: INTERVIEW WITH PETER BAGGE (PART ONE)

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Underground comics legend Peter Bagge (Hate) joins Earth Prime Time to talk about his latest work, including Woman Rebel: The Margaret Sanger Story from Drawn and Quarterly. Peter’s biographical hardcover graphic novel takes a look at one of feminism’s most controversial and important icons. Sanger’s (September 14, 1879 – September 6, 1966) life’s work was devoted to legalizing birth control and played a part in forming what is known today as the Planned Parenthood Federation of America. Peter’s book tour stops at Brookline Booksmith on Monday, October 21 at 7pm.

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LULZ 

#WWWTF: WE FOUND THE WORST WEBSITE IN EXISTENCE

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I’m sorry that you’ve got issues with your parents or all the pretty girls in high school didn’t want to touch your penis or whatever, but that’s no excuse for a steady output of problematic hate in the guise of thought pieces. Continue reading

Arts 

PREVIEW: EEP! SHOW

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With a combo of pop, sugar, and a hint of peep, EEP! Show may satisfy your sweet tooth yet. Continue reading

Music 

PEER REVIEW: RAMSHACKLE GLORY @ MIDDLE EAST UPSTAIRS, WEDNESDAY 7.10.13

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The most impressive thing about Ramshackle Glory was the intimate rapport they had with the audience. Continue reading