Jetta Rae DoubleCakes

Jetta Rae DoubleCakes

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Jetta Rae’s story starts playing baseball in Germany and ends writing educational songs for children on her ukulele.    In between she co-edits Consent Culture, hosts grappling workshops for women, and volunteers at the Pacific Pinball Museum.

Jetta Rae DoubleCakes Articles

Sci-Fi Saturday: Attack Of The 50-Foot Woman Feminist Review

This classic film takes the cautionary tale into the "supersonic age," foregoing a cerebral edge in favor of murder and a giantess fetish.

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Tiffany's Stalkers Get Their Own Movie: Welcome to Freaky Friday Films

Every Friday, our very DoubleCakes scours the videosphere for the best cringe-inducing documentaries, found footage and TV specials of yore.

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Our Dream Ghostbusters Cast With Queer Women And Women Of Color

Jane Lynch, Aubrey Plaza, Rosario Dawson, Laverne Cox . . . we're looking at you.

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Fall Of The Machine Age: MMA Fighter Attempts Suicide in Jail

The cycle of un-addressed intimate partner violence in MMA continues for War Machine, now recovering from a suicide attempt.

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Things My Exes Left Behind: Lavender Lotion Scented With Heartache

I put the lotion on my skin for a week after they left, hoping that it would bring me stop-gap solace until they forgave me and came back.

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Tilting In Our Favor: Pinball May Be The Most Inclusive Gaming Space For Women

Other gaming communities could learn a thing or two from the surprisingly (mostly) welcoming world of pinball.

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Halloween In Hell: 6 Offensive Costumes That Should Burn For All Eternity

Hailing from the bowels of hell, it's time to meet Pocahottie, Sexy Eskimo, Sexy China Doll . . . and more!

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Freaky Friday Films: Documentary Shares Story Of Sociopathic Six-Year-Old

Beth's story of abuse and murderous desire is ultimately one of redemption and insight into the human condition.

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Things My Exes Left Behind: A Flannel Shirt, A Polaroid And The Search For Common Ground

There's a dresser in my drawer, and all it contains is a flannel shirt and a picture of me and Henrietta, from Christmas 2013.

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Discomfort Food: How We Feed The Infirm And Incarcerated Is Disgusting

When you openly deride poor/sick/incarcerated people who have access to nutritious and delicious food, you set us all up for failure.

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