author: sarah q, boshemia magazine, interview, podcast

Raw Print Podcast: Celebrating Diversity and Women in Print

To celebrate International Women’s Day, Q sat down with the hosts of Raw Print podcast and NIN Magazine to discuss diversity in magazines, what it means to be represented in print and what the future holds for independent publications. Listen here!

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art, Creative, feminist art, opinion, pop culture, Topical, voices of resistance

Art + Feminism // Wikipedia, Representation & Art

Can you name five women artists? Off the top of your head, no Googling or asking a friend. Put that smartphone away, please. No cheating. Take a minute. It is okay if their names do not fly to the forefront of your mind immediately. I’ll wait. If you can name five women artists, go ahead and do something for me. Bring that phone back out and tweet, Instagram, or post to Facebook (or whatever social media platform you dig right now) their names using the hashtag #5womenartists. Challenge others to do the same. Toss the question into conversations. Surprise attack people with it. Try, “the service at this restaurant was great, but I wish the food had been better. By the way, can you name five women artists?” or “I love you, too, but can you name five women artists?” Continue reading

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author: sarah q, current events, opinion, pop culture, Topical, Uncategorized

Fantastic Woke Points And Where To Find Them // The Faux Diversity of Harry Potter

Dear J.K Rowling,

Nobody asked for this.

Stop it.

For those of you who missed the new posters for the tepidly anticipated Fantastic Beasts follow up, Nagini is now a woman.

Nagini, Voldemort’s right-hand snake and eventual Horcrux, now has a new backstory, in that she is an Asian woman snake shapeshifter (let’s be honest, all the magic stuff sounds a bit silly when explaining, just go read the official explanation).

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