Today, you lucky readers get a sneak peek of the new Deeply Problematic! It looks to be an exciting week here, with ads (whee, I know), commentary, new looks, and a bunch of new weekly features.
50 Books for Problematic Times launches tomorrow! This week, you can look forward to:
- Grapefruit by Yoko Ono, reviewed by Cara of Feministe and The Curvature
- Haroun and the Sea of Stories by Salman Rushdie, reviewed by Laura of Adventures of a Young Feminist
- Lipschitz 6 or Two Angry Blondes by T. Cooper
- The Fortune Cookie Chronicles by Jennifer 8. Lee
- The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde
- Descent of Alette by Alice Notley
- Quiverfull: Inside the Christian Patriarchy Movement, by Kathryn Joyce
Wait ... did we learn something from Sarah Palin?!
How The Anti-Abortion Movement Demonized George Tiller
Extenze for women--so the men already taking Extenze have something to fuck
Portraying Southerners: Joe’s Crab Shack Commercial
The problem with black faces and books
Dealing With Family
How Do You Solve A Problem Like Luann?
Washed Over by a Wave
On Hollywood's Strong, Self-Hating Women
An Early 90's Springer Show On Trans Issues
Vintage Ad of the Day
An Exercise in Gay Acceptance for Heterosexuals
Sexist Beatdown: Ejaculations of Surprise Edition!
And you will go to Mykonos
Nappy Hair In the Jolie-Pitt World