Rah! Rah! Roundup

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Michelle Tea’s new novel Black Wave is “a Gen-X queer girl’s version of the bohemian counter-canon.”

On the radical raunch of Ali Wong’s comedy.

Six debut novels by trans women to add to your reading list immediately.

Tori Amos talks about sexual assault and her songwriting for the new documentary Audrie & Daisy.

Lizzy Acker on rape culture in Portland’s music scene.

MUTHA on raising a feminist on fairy tales.

Full Frontal with Samantha Bee‘s Ashley Nicole Black writes about leaving academia to pursue comedy.

#1000BlackGirlBooks founder Marley Dias launches the new Elle new zine, Marley.

Artists: submit to F*ck U! In the Most Loving Way Possible, an exhibition “revisiting the critiques of women’s relational roles presented in the 1972 landmark feminist Womanhouse.”

Bay Area babes: go to this tomorrow cause it’s gonna be the best!

What did we miss this week? Let us know in the comments <3

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