Derrick Coleman & Deaf Football History

I’m in the progress of learning about a sport. I’m learning about football. You see, my hometown is playing in the Superbowl today – I’m just lucky that the Seattle Seahawks aren’t playing against EITHER New York City football team, since I was born here, but raised in Seattle. That’d be a tear in my loyalties. Fortunately, I am spared… Read more →

Giving Thanks

Giving Thanks

Feminist Sonar has been operational for about a year and a half now. In that time, it has grown from a one-woman snarkfest, to a website with multiple guest authors and more coming on board. Tomorrow is Thanksgiving, and like my authors, I’ll be taking the rest of the week off to spend time with my family. In this case,… Read more →

Thank you, Dixie Evans

This August, the burlesque community lost one of its luminaries. Dixie Evans, the Marylin Monroe of burlesque passed away. On August 28th, what would have been her birthday, a group of us involved in the burlesque community gathered together for a random act of glamor. The Spirit of Dixie Evans Lives On In Me – and there’s photographic proof. But… Read more →