The Women's Studies Dropout

A blog where feminist friends continue their class discussions


women’s history

Drunk Feminist History

After spilling 1,850 words in my last post lambasting Conan O'Brien for his awful sexist video game reviews, I feel obliged to highlight some surprisingly feminist entertainment to restore balance to the Dropout blog. While we hold our feminist principles... Continue Reading →


Why You Should Follow the National Women’s History Museum

Somehow or other I came to follow the National Women's History Museum on Facebook.  I think it is one of the best social media decisions I have ever made. The National Women's History Museum, which currently only exists online--- they... Continue Reading →

Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries

I was really surprised to see this article on the Australian television series Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries.  Primarily I was surprised because a mainstream blog had developed an entire article to one of the obscure costume dramas that only people... Continue Reading →

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