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Slated to be opened in Montenegro, the museum would serve as an answer to the still pervasive gender inequalities in museum representation. READ MORE »


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No strangers to political controversy, Pussy Riot continues to use their musical platform for relevant and often brutally honest discourse, this time honing in on Europe’s stringent migration policies. READ MORE »


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It took me a while to pick up Chris Bower’s Little Boy Needs Ride, but Bower is a reliably dark, funny, and compelling storyteller. This is Bower’s first collection of stories, illustrated by Chicago artist Susie Kirkwood, and I am fully prepared to laugh my weird ass off.

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“Our real goal is individual bravery, when each person decides, ‘I’ll go out onto the square—I can do it, even if it’s cold, even if they’ll arrest me.’ That’s how change begins.”
Maria “Masha” Alekhina of Pussy Riot spoke to Glamour alongside her bandmate Nadezhda “Nadya” Tolokonnikova and shared the duo’s goals for a better Russia and a… READ MORE »


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The two members of the feminist punk collective Pussy Riot, who were imprisoned for speaking out against President Vladmir Putin, are suing the Russian government in the European court of human rights. [Guardian UK]
An abortion clinic in Kansas has closed, leaving behind only three in the state. [RH Reality Check]
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The two members of Pussy Riot arrested outside the Sochi Olympics tweeted selfies from inside a police wagon today. Authorities still haven’t explained why members of the group, who were planning to perform a new protest song, have been detained. [Daily Dot, Queerty, New York Times]
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Two members of the Russian feminist punk band Pussy Riot say they were detained outside of the Sochi Olympics and accused of vague crimes. Nadya Tolokonnikova and Masha Alyokhina had been in prison for “hooliganism,” but were granted amnesty right before the Olympics began. [New York Times]
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Nadezhada Tolokonnikova and Maria Alyokhina say Pussy Riot have been falsely represented online and and they’re still very much part of the Russian punk rock feminist collective. So, they weren’t kicked out of Pussy Riot after all?! I’m so confused. [Guardian UK]
On the sexualization of young Shirley Temple, who died yesterday at age 85. READ MORE »


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Pussy Riot members back in Russia have kicked Nadezhada Tolokonnikova and Maria Alyokhina out of the feminist punk collective for participating in an Amnesty International concert in Brooklyn last night. A message on Pussy Riot’s website said “We never accept money for our performances” and that selling tickets for a show is “highly contradictory to… READ MORE »


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Pussy Riot: A Punk Prayer is available on HBO Go and select HBO viewings.

HBO Go and HBO are currently airing a film I’d eagerly been anticipating all year: the Pussy Riot documentary. “Pussy Riot: A Punk Prayer”  follows the arrest, trial and incarceration of three members of the Russian feminist punk bandREAD MORE »


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Pussy Riot on “The Colbert Report”! Pussy Riot on “The Colbert Report”! Pussy Riot on “The Colbert Report”! You can watch the second part of Colbert’s interview at the link! [Comedy Central]
A breastfeeding mother got kicked out of an Alabama courtroom, despite a state law that says a mother may nurse a… READ MORE »


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Just two months after being released from a Russian penal colony, members of the feminist punk band Pussy Riot are coming to America. Nadezhda Tolokonnikova and Maria Alyokhina will appear at an Amnesty International event called Bringing Human Rights Home, taking place in Brooklyn on February 5th.  … READ MORE »


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Maria Alyokhina, a member of Russian feminist punk band Pussy Riot, told the UK’s Guardian newspaper that her imprisonment included nearly three weeks of forced daily gynecological exams. Alyokhina spent almost two years in prison for a performance that was critical of Russian President Vladimir Putin. She and another member of Pussy Riot were released last week. READ MORE »


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Two imprisoned members of the Russian feminist punk band Pussy Riot were released this morning from work camps. Nadezhda Tolokonnikova and Maria Alyokhina were granted amnesty last week after serving time on a two-year prison sentence for “hooliganism.”  … READ MORE »


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Relatives of one of the jailed members of Pussy Riot say Nadya Tolokonnikova has been taken from prison and is currently missing. They don’t know her whereabouts and haven’t had contact with her for 10 days. The Russian feminist punk rocker recently staged a hunger strike to protest inhumane prison conditions at the work… READ MORE »


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The Russian feminist punk band Pussy Riot released a new song and video yesterday, called “Like In A Red Prison.” Currently, two members of the collective are serving prison time regarding an incident last year, when they spoke out publicly against Russian President Vladmir Putin and the Russian Orthodox Church. [New York Times]
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“Women make natural anarchists and revolutionaries, because they’ve always been second-class citizens, kinda having had to claw their way up. I mean, who made up all the rules in the culture? Men—white male corporate society. So why wouldn’t a woman want to rebel against that?”
–Former Sonic Youth member and sometimes-fashion designer Kim Gordon,… READ MORE »


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One of the members of Pussy Riot, the Russian  feminist punk collective that was imprisoned for “hooliganism” after publicly speaking out against President Vladmir Putin, has been hospitalized. Nadezhda Tolokonnikova has been suffering from headaches and now says she has been overworked at the prison colony where she was sentenced to two years of… READ MORE »


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