The Application of Girl Power Through Third-Wave Feminism in Birds of Prey
Girl Power is a part of third-wave feminism which has been addressed in several Hollywood movies in the past years. Girl Power is more of a slogan than a theory which emphasizes power and fun…
The Ambiguity of Punk Women ‘Masculinity’ in Kuehnert’s I Wanna Be Your Joey Ramone and Castellucci’s Beige Novel
Punk constitutes a subculture that is perceived as an androgyny community in which there is no clear difference between men and women. However, this androgyny matter is questioned by the sexism that…
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Abstract This essay explores the evolution of the Riot Grrrl movement. A feminist punk movement that profoundly impacted popular culture in the West during the 1990s, Riot Grrrl is generally regarded…
Commodified Agents and Empowered Girls: Consuming and Producing Feminism
During the 1990s, popular discourse shifted toward what some might consider “pro-girl” rhetoric. At the same time, in the academy as well as among feminist activists, women began talking about a…
“We ARE the Revolution”: Riot Grrrl Press, Girl Empowerment, and DIY Self-Publishing
Punk rock emerged in the late 20th century as a major disruptive force within both the established music scene and the larger capitalist societies of the industrial West. Punk was generally charact...
Singing it out: riot grrrls, Lilith Fair, and feminism
This essay analyzes two women-inspired music events, the riot grrrl movement and Lilith Fair, from a feminist rhetorical perspective to highlight their relationships with feminism and feminist…
Riot Grrrl manifesto
- Bikini Kill Zine 2.
Riot Grrrl: Revolutions from within
- Political ScienceSigns: Journal of Women in Culture and Society
Les AA. portent leur attention sur un mouvement musical qui s'est developpe a Washington a partir de 1991 : le « Riot Grrrl » qui s'efforce de promouvoir le punk rock feminin aux Etats-Unis. Elles…
‘A Little Too Ironic’: The Appropriation and Packaging of Riot Grrrl Politics by Mainstream Female Musicians
- Political Science
(2003). ‘A Little Too Ironic’: The Appropriation and Packaging of Riot Grrrl Politics by Mainstream Female Musicians. Popular Music and Society: Vol. 26, No. 1, pp. 5-16.
Be a zinester: How and why to publish your own periodical
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