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RIOT GRRRLS
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Definitions

  1. Riot grrrl is also known as a subculture.
  2. Riot grrrl is known as a music genre and it is a form of Punk music.
  3. Riot grrrl is a punk feminist movement. (Web site)
  4. Riot grrrl is any woman who believes that they should be treated equally in all ways. (Web site)
  5. Riot Grrrl is a well known phenomenon in the USA, with a scene where grrrls can find their home.

Riot Grrrls

  1. The Riot Grrrl---s links to social and political issues are where the beginning rumblings of the third-wave feminism can be seen. (Web site)
  2. Riot grrrl doesn’t discriminate. (Web site)

Dictionary

  1. Urban Dictionary defines ‘riot grrrl’ in 4 possible ways.
  2. Everyone has their own definition of riot grrrl. (Web site)
  3. Riot grrrl is being a nonconformist and not meeting society’s standards.
  4. In fact, Molly Neuman was the one who coined the term “riot grrrl” as a joke, but somehow the title caught on. (Web site)

Website

  1. It does NOT have any posts about the Riot Grrrl Online website.
  2. This was taken from my Riot Grrrl Online website. (Web site)
  3. An alternative to the Riot Grrrl Online website on hot-topic.
  4. Riot Grrrl Online website had a makeover.
  5. Riot Grrrl Online is updated quite often.

Ladyfest

  1. Ladyfest Vancouver is a small collective of people promoting "urban feminism," inspired by DIY Riot Grrrl culture.
  2. Ladyfest and Riot Grrrl both put an emphasis on craft - making artistic stuff for yourself.

Grrrl Online

  1. This profile and its blog will NOT have updates on the Riot Grrrl Online site.
  2. Yes, Riot Grrrl Online was interactive on siteman, but it has LOTS more features than siteman.
  3. Also, Read the actual Riot Grrrl Online site's main page for more information.
  4. If your confused by the new site, Just go to the 'FAQ' page on the actual Riot Grrrl Online site.
  5. I wanted to make a riot grrrl resource and information site, with a little bit about feminism.

Address Issues

  1. Get your own The Riot Grrrl Online Community badge for your website or MySpace page.
  2. If you are using your old Riot Grrrl Online username to login, You MUST CREATE A NEW ACCOUNT because this is a NEW website.
  3. Riot grrrl bands often address issues such as rape, domestic abuse, sexuality, and female empowerment. (Web site)
  4. Riot grrrl lyrics often address issues such as rape, domestic abuse, sexuality and female empowerment. (Web site)
  5. If you do not have a yahoo ID, you will be asked to sign up for a yahoo account, in order to join the mybloglog Riot Grrrl Online community.

Grrrl Band

  1. Kathleen Hanna was the lead singer of Bikini Kill a riot grrrl band formed in 1990.
  2. Tucker was formerly in the influential riot grrrl band Heavens to Betsy, while Brownstein was formerly in the queercore band Excuse 17. (Web site)

Music

  1. In addition to a music scene, riot grrrl is also a subculture; zines, the DIY ethic, art, political action, and activism are part of the movement. (Web site)
  2. Many of the women involved in riot grrrl are still active in creating politically charged music. (Web site)
  3. However, the influence of riot grrrl can still be felt in many aspects of indie and punk rock culture. (Web site)
  4. Wikipedia’s Definiton Of Riot Grrrl: Riot grrrl (or riot grrl) is a form of hardcore punk rock music, known for its feminist stance.

Grrrl Movement

  1. The riot grrrl movement sprang out of Olympia, Washington and Washington, D.C. in the early 1990s.
  2. What I see in the whole Riot Grrrl movement, which I really embraced in 1992 because Riot Grrrls started coming to me.
  3. This book offers a solid primer on the Riot Grrrl Movement.
  4. I don’t believe in labels, but I really believed in the riot grrrl movement. (Web site)
  5. These musicians (Chrissie Hynde, Patti Smith) cleared ground for the Riot Grrrl movement in the early 1990s. (Web site)

Associated

  1. Riot grrrl culture is often associated with third wave feminism, which also grew rapidly during the same early nineties timeframe. (Web site)
  2. There is no one specific example of riot grrrl, in fact the best example is contrasting different people who associated themselves with the movement.

Create

  1. In March 2008, I decided to create a Riot Grrrl Online blog on wordpress. (Web site)
  2. In Februrary 2008, I decided to create a Riot Grrrl Online social network on ning.

Chapters

  1. These zines were archived by zinewiki.com, and Riot Grrrl Press, started in Washington DC in 1992 by Erika Reinstein & May Summer. (Web site)
  2. Today, Riot Grrrl's legacy survives in music, in the many feminist magazines and comic books that it generated, and in the Web sites of a few chapters. (Web site)
  3. After a heavy circulation of riot grrrl oriented fanzines circulated the country, so did upstarting riot grrrl chapters. (Web site)

Member

  1. It was written by Mediocrity Rules, which is a member of the Riot Grrrl Online website.
  2. Indeed, members of riot grrrl culture, fans or members of bands, include males too. (Web site)
  3. Hi all! I've noticed that quite a few Riot Grrrl members are musos.

Feel

  1. This book was odd and I didn't feel that it fully devouged into the scene that was Riot Grrrl and was such an important movement to the feminist cause.
  2. If you want to ask a question about riot grrrl, Feel free to comment in a reply to this entry. (Web site)

Girl

  1. Politically, riot grrrl are people (girls and boys) who stomp out sexism and inequality wherever they see it.
  2. They began working on zines called Girl Germs, and later riot grrrl with Vail and Hanna. (Web site)

Wanted

  1. In 2005, I wanted to do more riot grrrl reviving.
  2. I wanted to find more riot grrrl bands to listen to. (Web site)

Underground

  1. Riot grrrl (or riot grrl) is an underground feminist punk movement that started in the 1990s.
  2. Even as the Seattle-area rock scene came to international mainstream media attention, riot grrrl remained a willfully underground phenomenon. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Society > Culture > Cultures > Subcultures
  2. People > Women > Feminism > Feminists
  3. Society > Movements > Political Movements > Anarchism
  4. Society > Culture > Arts > Music
  5. Life > Reproduction > Sex > Sexuality

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