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Meghan Murphy is a writer and a journalist in Vancouver, B.C. She is the founder and editor of Feminist Current, Canada's most-read feminist blog, and is host and producer of the syndicated Feminist Current podcast. Meghan's writing has been published in New Statesman, The Globe and Mail, The Georgia Straight, Al Jazeera, Ms. Magazine, AlterNet, Herizons Magazine, The Tyee, Megaphone Magazine, Good, rabble.ca, xoJane, and Vice. Meghan is an evening editor at rabble.ca and writes the monthly progressive dating column, Left in Love. She completed her Masters degree in Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies at Simon Fraser University.

Samhita Mukhopadhyay at Women's Worlds 2011

Samhita Mukhopadhyay, editor of Feministing. Photo: jmiles/flickr
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Meghan Murphy

Open letter in support of adopting the Nordic model in Canada garners over 800 signatures

| April 23, 2014
Feminist Current

Conversation with author of 'Misogyny Re-loaded'

April 22, 2014
| Meghan Murphy speaks with Abigail Bray about her new book, 'Misogyny Re-loaded,' which has been described as 'an explosive manifesto against the resurgent sexual fascism of the new world order.'
Length: 28:33 minutes (26.14 MB)
Meghan Murphy

You can take my cheese but you can’t take my Creamo: Whining my way through the vegan challenge

| April 18, 2014
Feminist Current

Cherry Smiley on Indigenous feminism, colonial violence and the sex industry

April 17, 2014
| In this episode we hear a talk by Cherry Smiley. The talk is part of a series on Indigenous Feminism, put on by the First Nations Student Association at Simon Fraser University.
Length: 53:27 minutes (48.94 MB)
Meghan Murphy

The divide isn't between 'sex negative' and 'sex positive' feminists -- it's between liberal and radical feminism

| April 11, 2014
Meghan Murphy

Feminism is the new misogyny: On 'Belle Knox feminism' and the new backlash

| April 7, 2014
Meghan Murphy

No, I will not stop having 'feelings' about women’s lives and human rights

| March 31, 2014
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