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Dropping the Pin—Why ladies aren't continually down with location-based apps. | Thursday Bram
Riffs of Passage—Three L.A. bands with greater than track on their brain. | Tina Vasquez
It's My Party—How conspicuous intake grew to become the topic of candy Sixteens | Ruby Bilger
What occurred to domestic Economics?—The upward thrust and fall of a contested self-discipline. | Christen McCurdy
Mock & Awe—Janet Mock on truth-telling, group development, and writing the tale she have been anticipating her complete existence. | Tina Vasquez
Meeting within the Middle—A dispatch from the Badlands. | Dianna Anderson
Out of the Frame—How information and dad tradition vague immigrant girls | Celena Cipriaso
The Unmappable Woman—Historians' efforts to pin down Isabelle Eberhardt | Erin Gilbert
Hot less than the Bonnet—The cooptation of Amish tradition in mass-market fiction. | Audrey deCoursey
Mapping Middle-Earth—Lord of the earrings tourism and New Zealand's panorama. | Camille Owens
Black to the Future—How girls in pop are sporting the mantle of Afrofuturism | Alley Pezanoski-Browne
Adventures in Feministory Comics: Mitiarjuk Nappaaluk Virginia Paine
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