Julie Zeilinger

in Pepper Pike, The United States
February 24, 1993



Originally from Pepper Pike, Ohio, 19-year-old Julie Zeilinger is currently an undergraduate at Barnard College, Columbia University. Julie is the founder and editor of the FBomb (thefbomb.org) a feminist blog and community for teens and young adults who care about their rights and want to be heard.

Julie has been named one of the eight most influential bloggers under the age of 21 by Woman’s Day magazine, one of More Magazine’s “New Feminists You Need To Know,” one of The Times' “40 Bloggers Who Really Count,” and one of the Plain Dealer’s “Most Interesting People of 2011.” She has contributed to the Huffington Post, Feminist.com, Skirt! magazine, and the Cleveland Jewish News, among other publications.

Julie’s new book “A Little F’d Up: Why

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“But somehow things took a sinister turn, and the division of labor came to be understood as the demarcation of a social hierarchy. Women kept busy with numerous domestic responsibilities while their male counterparts' sole duty was tending to the flocks. Men had time to think critically, form political infrastructures, and ultimately, network with other men. Meanwhile, women were kept too busy to notice that somewhere along the line, they had become inferior. This is approximately when shit hit the fan.”
Julie Zeilinger, A Little F'd Up: Why Feminism Is Not a Dirty Word

“Feminism's relationships with race and class are obviously complicated, and have been so since the beginning of the movement. It's important to acknowledge this, as upsetting and embarrassing as it might be. But in the end, we must accept our roots, earn from out mistakes, and look toward a brighter future.”
Julie Zeilinger, A Little F'd Up: Why Feminism Is Not a Dirty Word

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