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(New page: '''Media Whore''' was a feminist zine written by Malden, Massachusetts, United States resident Randie Farmelant. ''Media Whore'' was listed in Bust Magazine's Girl Wide Web sectio...)
 
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:''It focuses on feminist media, feminism in the media, and mainstream media as viewed from a feminist perspective. Past issues have included articles ranging from the disappearance of feminist bookstores to the abortion taboo on primetime programming to the Suicide Girls.''
 
:''It focuses on feminist media, feminism in the media, and mainstream media as viewed from a feminist perspective. Past issues have included articles ranging from the disappearance of feminist bookstores to the abortion taboo on primetime programming to the Suicide Girls.''
  
==External link==
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==External links==
[http://www.brokenpencil.com/reviews/reviews.php?reviewid=3261 Review of ''Media Whore'' issue 5 from Broken Pencil (issue 29)]<br>
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* [http://www.zinethug.com/seven.html Review of ''Media Whore'' issue 4 from Zine Thug]<br>
[http://www.zinethug.com/seven.html Review of ''Media Whore'' issue 4 from Zine Thug]
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* [http://www.brokenpencil.com/reviews/reviews.php?reviewid=3261 Review of ''Media Whore'' issue 5 from Broken Pencil (issue 29)]
  
 
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Revision as of 15:56, 6 October 2009

Media Whore was a feminist zine written by Malden, Massachusetts, United States resident Randie Farmelant.

Media Whore was listed in Bust Magazine's Girl Wide Web section with the following description:

It focuses on feminist media, feminism in the media, and mainstream media as viewed from a feminist perspective. Past issues have included articles ranging from the disappearance of feminist bookstores to the abortion taboo on primetime programming to the Suicide Girls.

External links