Sady Doyle is an In These Times Staff Writer. She also contributes regularly to Rookie Magazine, and was the founder of the blog Tiger Beatdown. She’s the winner of the first Women’s Media Center Social Media Award. She’s interested in women in pop culture, women creating pop culture, reproductive rights, and women’s relationship to the Internet and the Left. You can follow her on Twitter at @sadydoyle, or e-mail her at sady <at> inthesetimes.com.
Doyle, who graduated from Eugene Lang College in 2005, has been writing about feminism, culture and media since 2008 at Tiger Beatdown and in articles for Salon, Bitch, Rookie, The Atlantic, Global Comment, The Guardian‘s Comment Is Free and The American Prospect, among other places.
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Features · April 1, 2014
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Features · March 28, 2014
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Features · March 21, 2014
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Features · March 17, 2014
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