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November 28th
10:28 AM EST
The new domesticity: Fun, empowering or a step back for American women?

But lately, many women (and a few men) are diving into domesticity with a  sense of moral purpose. The homemade jar of jam becomes a symbol of  resistance to industrial food and its environment-defiling ways. This  view has been brewing for a while, a thick stew of Slow Food and  locavorism and DIY brought to a boil by recession and anxiety. Suddenly,  learning the old-fashioned skills of our great-grandmothers seems not  just fun, but necessary and even virtuous.
“This was initially about being frugal and concerned with what I put in  my body,” says Kate Payne, 30, the Austin-based author of “The Hip Girl’s Guide to Homemaking” and something of a guru on the new-domesticity scene. “But it became  about the politics. . . . Am I going to buy cheap crap, or am I going to  do this stuff myself?”
[photo by Julia Rothman for The Washington Post]
(via The Hairpin)

The new domesticity: Fun, empowering or a step back for American women?

But lately, many women (and a few men) are diving into domesticity with a sense of moral purpose. The homemade jar of jam becomes a symbol of resistance to industrial food and its environment-defiling ways. This view has been brewing for a while, a thick stew of Slow Food and locavorism and DIY brought to a boil by recession and anxiety. Suddenly, learning the old-fashioned skills of our great-grandmothers seems not just fun, but necessary and even virtuous.

“This was initially about being frugal and concerned with what I put in my body,” says Kate Payne, 30, the Austin-based author of “The Hip Girl’s Guide to Homemaking” and something of a guru on the new-domesticity scene. “But it became about the politics. . . . Am I going to buy cheap crap, or am I going to do this stuff myself?”

[photo by Julia Rothman for The Washington Post]

(via The Hairpin)

September 26th
3:30 PM EST

Please read this and share it with everyone.

rosinhabela:

My name is Kelly Schomburg, I’m the girl with the red hair in these pictures. I was protesting at the Occupy Wall Street march yesterday when I and several other women were sprayed with mace and subsequently arrested. Many have already seen the video, which has been spreading like wildfire over twitter, Facebook, tumblr, and other video feeds, along with hundreds of other photos and videos. This is my recount of what happened.

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(via inothernews)