Aliens, Tentacle Sex, And Racism: Surprising Lessons From Sci-Fi

This guest contribution comes from Noah Berlatsky, a contributing writer for The Atlantic and Ravishly.com, a feminist news+culture website and cross-posting collaborative partner of PDXX Collective. He’s written for Slate, Wired, the Chicago Reader, and Comics Journal. He edits the online comics-and-culture website The Hooded Utilitarian and is the author of the book Wonder Woman: Bondage and Feminism in the […]

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You Too Can Find Something Creepy at Your Local Community College

THE PURVEYOR After theater professor Adair Wilson unwittingly assists in the abduction of two Pittock students, she sets out on a death-defying quest to rescue the twin girls whose rare anatomical quirk makes them a target for paparazzi and fetishists. When Adair’s wealthy family refuses to help and the girls’ family denies their existence, Adair […]

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Linda Villarosa

For my latest profile, I caught up with Linda Villarosa, an award-winning writer. Villarosa is a professor of journalism at the City College of New York and the author of many health articles. Among her many achievements, she has trained journalists from around the world to better cover the international HIV/AIDS epidemic. Her mother, Clara […]

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Rebecca Pillsbury, author of the new book Finding Ecstasy, talks sex and self-publishing

It isn’t easy being a woman. Bombarded with repression and shame from religion, politics, and society at large, the notion of female sexuality has long been a guarded, even threatening topic. But not for Rebecca Pillsbury, author of the new memoir Finding Ecstasy: How Buenos Aires, a Brazilian, and the Blues Saved My Sex Life (and My […]

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PDXX POW! Presents Jesse Snavlin: I am Jesse, Who Happens to be a Woman in Comics

Presenting our Women in Comics: Jesse Snavlin: Colorist for San Hannibal, Writer of The Fowl Interviewed by Tall Brunette Twitter: @Tallbrunette (All Article Photos by Chelsea Gaya. circaxophotography.squarespace.com) In a bustling neighborhood off East Sandy, I counted myself extremely lucky to have missed the afternoon commuting traffic. Jesse and I navigated my relatively large SUV […]

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2014 WAM!NYC

A large group of women and a few men gathered at Barnard College on Saturday for Women, Action, and the Media’s fifth annual WAM!NYC conference. WAM! is a nonprofit dedicated to supporting equal and fair representations of women in the media. While the highlight of the conference for most was having the opportunity to see […]

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