Table of contents for BITCHFest : ten years of cultural criticism from the pages of Bitch magazine / edited by Lisa Jervis and Andi Zeisler.

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Foreward by Margaret Cho
Chapter 1: Hitting Puberty
Amazon Women on the Moon: Remembering Femininity in the Video Age
 By Andi Zeisler, Winter 1996
Barbie Can Just Bite Me: Kids¿ Toys are Insane
 By Lisa Jervis and Andi Zeisler, Fall 1996/Summer 2003
Rubyfruit Jungle Gym: An annotated bibliography of the lesbian young adult novel
 By Lisa Jervis, Winter 1998	
Stormin¿ Norma: Why I Love the Queen of Teen
 By Andi Zeisler, Winter 1998
Sister Outsider Headbanger: On Being a Black Feminist Metalhead
 By Keidra Chaney, Fall 2001
Blood Letting: Female Adolescence in Modern Horror Films
 By Tammy Oler, Summer 2003
The, Like, Downfall of the English Language: A Fluffy Word with a Hefty Problem
 By Gus Andrews, Summer 2003
Teen Mean Fighting Machine: Why does the media love mean girls?
 By Gaby Moss, Winter 2005
Chapter 2¿Ladies and Gentlemen: Femininity, Masculinity, and Identity
Urinalysis: On standing up to pee
 by Leigh Shoemaker, Fall 1997
The Collapsible Woman: Cultural response to rape and sexual abuse
 by Vanessa Veselka, Winter 1999
The Princess and the Prankster: Two performers take on art, ethnicity, and sexuality
 by Karen Eng, Fall 2002
What Happens to a Dyke Deferred? The trouble with hasbians and the phenomenon of banishment 
 by Athena Douris and Diane Anderson-Minshall , Fall 2002
On Language: You guys
 by Audrey Bilger, Fall 2002
Skirt Chasers: Why the media dresses the trans revolution in lipstick and heels
 by Julia Serano, Fall 2004
Fringe Me Up, Fringe Me Down: On getting dressed in Jerusalem
 by Danya Ruttenberg, Winter 2005
Screen Butch Blues: The celluloid fate of female masculinity
 By Keely Savoie, Fall 2005
Dead Man Walking: Has masculinity outlived its usefulness? 
 by Brendan O¿Sullivan, Fall 2005
Chapter 3¿The F Word
And Now a Word from Our Sponsors: Feminism for sale
 by Rita Hao, Fall 1998
Pottymouths of the World Unite: In search of feminist vulgarity
 by Erika Fricke, Summer 1999
Celebrity Jeopardy: The perils of feminist fame
 by Rachel Fudge, Winter 2002
I Can¿t Believe It¿s Not Feminism! On the feminist who aren¿t
 by Julie Craig, Spring 2002 
Unnatural Selection: Questioning science¿s gender bias
 by Keely Savoie, Spring 2004
On Language: Choice
 by Summer Wood, Spring 2004
Laugh Riot: Feminism and the problem of women¿s comedy
 By Andi Zeisler, Fall 2005
Girl, Unreconstructed: Why girl power is bad for feminism
 By Rachel Fudge, Fall 2005
Chapter 4¿Desire: Love, Sex, and Marketing
In Re-Mission: Why does Redbook want to keep us on our backs?
 by Amy Harter, Spring 1997
Hot and Bothered: Unmasking male lust
 By Lisa Jervis, Fall 1997
I Heard It Through the Loveline: And misinformation just might make me lose my mind
 by Heather Seggel, Spring 1998
The New Sexual Deviant: Mapping virgin territory
 by Carson Brown, Winter 2000
Envy, a Love Story: Queering female jealousy
 by Anna Mills, Summer 2001
Lust in Our Hearts: On female fidelity and other myths
 by Lakshmi Chaudhry Spring 2002
Fan/Tastic Voyage: Rewriting gender in the wide, wild world of slash fiction
 by Noy Thrupkaew, Spring 2003
Hot for Teacher: On the erotics of pedagogy
 by Jennifer Maher, Spring 2004
Holy Fratrimony: Male bonding and the New Homosociality
 by Don Romesberg, Summer 2004
Chapter 5¿Domestic Arrangements
The Paradox of Martha Stewart: Goddess, Desperate Spouse-Seeker, or Feminist Role Model?
 By Jennifer Newens, Fall 1996
Double Life: Everyone wants to see your breasts¿until your baby needs them
 By Lisa Moricoli Latham, Fall 2002
Insult to Injury: How pop psychology hijacked the domestic-violence discourse
 By Lily Devilliers, Fall 2003
Queer and Pleasant Danger: What¿s up with the mainstreaming of gay parents?
 By Margaret Price, Fall 2003
Mother Inferior: How Hollywood keeps single moms in their place
 By Monica Nolan, Fall 2003
Hoovers and Shakers: The new housework workout
 by Sarah McCormic, Winter 2005
Chapter 6¿Beauty Myths and Body Projects
My Cups Runneth Over: A Bold-Breasted Woman Talks Back
 By Erin Pipes, Winter 1998
Plastic Passion: Tori Spelling¿s breasts and other results of cosmetic Darwinism
 By Andi Zeisler, Fall 1998
Vulva Goldmine: The new culture of vaginal reconstruction 
 By Julia Scheeres, January 2000
Are Fat Suits the New Blackface? Hollywood¿s Big New Minstral Show
 By Marisa Meltzer, Winter 2002
Bodies of Work: An interview with philosopher Susan Bordo
 By Lisa Jervis, Summer 2003
Busting the Beige Barrier: The Limits of ¿Ethnic¿ Cosmetics
 By Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha, Fall 2004
Beyond the Bearded Lady: Outgrowing the shame of female facial hair
	By Aimée Dowl, Spring 2005
Pratt-fall: Ten Things to Hate About Jane
By Lisa Jervis and Andi Zeisler, with special guest vitriol by Rita Hao, 
 Winter 1999
Marketing Miss Right: Meet the Single Girl, 21st-Century Style
 By Andi Zeisler, Winter 2000
Corrections and Contemporary Women¿s Fiction 
 By Jane Elliott, Spring 2002
The God of Big Trends: Book Publishing¿s Ethnic Cool Quotient
 By Noy Thrupkaew, Spring 2002
The Black and the Beautiful: Searching For Signs of Black Life in Primetime Comedy
 By Lori L. Tharps, Summer 2002
Your Stomach¿s the Size of a Peanut, So Shut Up, Already: An Open Letter to Carnie Wilson
 By Beth Bernstein and Matilda St. John, Fall 2003
I Kissed a Girl: The evolution of the prime-time lesbian kiss
 By Diane Anderson-Minshall, Winter 2004
Networking Girls: Money, Power, and the Rise and Fall of Women¿s Web Networks
 By Bee Lavender, Spring 2004
XXX Offender: Reality Porn and the Rise of Humilitainment
 By Shauna Swartz, Fall 2004
Bias Cut: Cashing In on Irony
 By Rachel Fudge, Fall 2004
Chapter 8¿Talking Back: Activism and pop culture
Please Don¿t Feed the Models: A day in the life of an urban guerrilla
 by Kathy Bruin, Fall 1998
Guerrillas in Our Midst: An interview with the conscience of the art¿and pop¿worlds 
 by Katie Haegele, Winter 2000
Refuse and Resist with Jean Kilbourne: How to counteract ad messages
 by Laura Barcella, Winter 2001
Major Barbara: An interview with Nickel and Dimedauthor Barbara Ehrenreich
 by Julia Scott, Spring 2003
Full Frontal Offense 
 by Rebecca Hyman, Winter 2005
Meet Anne: A Spunky, Adventurous American Girl 
 by Anne Elizabeth Moore, Spring 2005
How to Reclaim, Reframe and Reform the Media: A feminist advocacy guide 
By Jennifer L. Pozner, Executive Director, Women in Media & News (WIMN)
 Fall 2005
The BITCHFest Resource List

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Feminism -- United States.
Popular culture -- United States.