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For other media organizations, it’s been a hot potato.
In one cultural sphere, feminism might appear to be on a hot streak. To think about heat as a concept is to grapple with a span of accumulated meanings that don’t always feel cohesive.
Bitch Media seeks to be a fresh, revitalizing voice in contemporary feminism, one that welcomes complex, intersectional arguments and refuses to ignore the contradictory and often uncomfortable realities of life in an unequivocally gendered world. We believe in pop culture as a valuable, dynamic site and we do not shy away from the rich and productive tensions that arise when analyzing and critiquing it through a feminist lens.
Open: December 14, 2018 to February 25, 2019At Bitch Media, feminism has always been a hot topic.
For issue 83, we’re looking for reportage, analysis, information, and commentary that steps directly into the fire.