Andi Zeisler

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Andi Zeisler (born c. 1972) is a co-founder and creative/editorial director of Bitch Media, a nonprofit feminist media organization based in Portland, Oregon. Zeisler's writing, which focuses mainly on feminist interpretations of popular culture, has been featured in a variety of publications including Mother Jones,[1] the San Francisco Chronicle,[2] and Ms.[citation needed]

Bitch Media[edit]

Bitch Media is a non-profit feminist media organization and publishes the online newsletter: Bitch: Feminist Response to Pop Culture. The organization offers writing fellowships and internships on a quarterly basis. The magazine began publication by Zeisler and Lisa Jervis in 1996. as an all-volunteer zine with a circulation of three hundred copies, and is now internationally distributed with a circulation of more than fifty thousand. Bitch Media's mission is to provide and encourage an engaged feminist response to pop culture.[citation needed]

Published works[edit]

BitchFest: 10 Years of Cultural Criticism from the Pages of Bitch Magazine: Published in 2006, BitchFest is a compilation of memorable articles from Bitch Magazine throughout its ten years of circulation.[citation needed]

We Were Feminists Once: From Riot Grrrl to CoverGirl®, the Buying and Selling of a Political Movement: May, 2016 from PublicAffairs, We Were Feminists Once explores the commercial co-optation of feminism.[3]


  1. ^ Zeisler, Andi. "Eve Ensler on "good" bodies and bad politics". Mother Jones.
  2. ^ Zeisler, Andi (25 July 2004). "Porn Plague / Has porn's proliferation desensitized us to its power?". San Francisco Chronicle.
  3. ^ "We Were Feminists Once". Archived from the original on 2016-01-16. Retrieved 2016-01-20.