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Tuesday, April 8, 2014

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Feminist Writers React To Classic Viral YouTube Videos

 

Charlie Bit My Finger:



Sylvia Plath:



Yosemitebear Mountain Double Rainbow 1-8-10:



Virginia Woolf:



Margaret Atwood:



Friday—Rebecca Black:



Louisa May Alcott:



LEAVE BRITNEY ALONE!:



Toni Morrison:



Nyan Cat:



Jane Austen:



Ursula Leguin:



 

Previously: Costumes

Sophie Lucido Johnson is a writer, artist, and comedian living in New Orleans. She is the editor-in-chief of Neutrons Protons. You can find her comics and writing here.



8 Comments / Post A Comment

agreenballoon

Oh my god. Just, amazing. Both your comix things so far on hairpin have been awesome, Sophie. Please keep 'em coming!

Sophie Lucido Johnson@facebook

@agreenballoon Thank you thank you thank you, one million times. Also: OK!

milenakent

I LOVE LOVE LOVE THIS @n

anotherkate

I knew there was a reason I love Ursula LeGuin so much.

bluewindgirl

Mmm... I think you're underselling first-wave feminism here. Louisa May Alcott basically admitted she only married off a lot of her characters because her fans demanded love stories-- she didn't write husband-hunting heroines, she wrote stories about ambitious young girls and sometimes sequels in which they got married to their childhood friends or their cousins, but still had careers.

Sophie Lucido Johnson@facebook

@bluewindgirl You're absolutely right. Luckily, she also didn't write "Friday."

idrathernot

Ursula LeGuin punchline is killer

fourdayweekend

I laughed out loud at Jane Austen. So perfect! I also love her bonnet.

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