Dispatches from the Unlikeliest of Labs

Dispatch #2: The way you measure gender/sex and sexuality really matters: An “It feels obvious now, but it wasn’t at the time”-style lesson learned By Zach Schudson “What is actually happening here?” is something I say fairly often when I’m doing research. Typically, it’s tinged with a little helplessness, a bit of confusion, or feelings […]

Past Voices and Present Voices: Feminists Making a POW in the Now

#POWSconf @RoseCapdevila, Katherine Hubbard & Lois Donnelly – views of @POWS_BPS members abt past & future of Section pic.twitter.com/e7NXUVVWuj — Sue Wilkinson (@sue_wilkinson) July 14, 2017 By Katherine Hubbard One of the most wonderful things about Psychology’s Feminist Voices is its resurrection of the voices of women from the past. These women, until now, have so […]

Beautiful Trouble: SPARKing an AGENDA for Change

By Lyn Mikel Brown In the fall of 2010, I cofounded SPARK Movement with my grad school friend, Hunter/CUNY professor Deborah Tolman. SPARK was our response to the American Psychological Association’s Task Force Report on the Sexualization of Girls. We linked the fight against sexualization to the need for “enabling conditions” for girls’ and young […]

Dispatches from the Unlikeliest of Labs

Dispatch #1 Welcome to Our Feminist Science Lab! By Sari van Anders It’s not like I try to be a misfit but I have to admit: I don’t even fit with this blog. I mean, I do psychology, I do feminist scholarship, and I even do another blog. But I grew up with feminist science […]

Welcome to Standpoints!

By Jacy L. Young Standpoints is the newest project of Psychology’s Feminist Voices, your favourite source for all things related to the history of women and gender in psychology and contemporary feminist psychology. We landed on Standpoints as the name for the blog for several reasons. It suggests the common, yet vital, experience of taking […]