Author Archives: nanarchist

About nanarchist

Nan is a writer living and working in Dallas, Texas, and she hates writing autobios.

Update: The Plight Of The Married Woman Still Pretty Much A Plight

[Ed. note:┬áLast week we reposted a piece by Nan about her frustration with the North Texas PBS affiliate, KERA, which thanked her for her donation by, well, erasing her by privileging her husband’s name over her own. They blamed it … Continue reading

Posted in Dallas, feminism, marriage, media, money | 4 Comments

The Plight of the Married Lady

[Ed. note: This post by contributor Nan originally appeared “In honor of Valentine’s Day,” on her blog, Behind the Times. She’s graciously allowed us to repost it on Hay Ladies! Thanks, Nan.] Dallas’ public radio station, KERA, recently ran a … Continue reading

Posted in activism, Dallas, feminism, Fort Worth, marriage, media, money, personal essays | 6 Comments

Making Sure You Make the “Right” Choice

[Ed. note: Welcome Nan to Hay Ladies! Nan is a grant writer with a Texas non-profit who enjoys reading feminist blogs,┬ápromoting sex-positive attitudes and writing about things that make her ragey–feministy and otherwise. See evidence of this here.] Over the … Continue reading

Posted in abortion, legal issues, reproductive health | 1 Comment