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Rebecca Traister In 2011 Traister married Darius Wadia, a public defender in Brooklyn. They live in New York.
Leo Traister Leo O. Traister (born September 9, 1919) was the ninth head football coach for the Eureka College Red Devils located in Eureka, Illinois and he held that position for eleven seasons, from 1956 until 1966. His career coaching record at Eureka was 11 wins, 62 losses, and 6 ties. This ranks him seventh at Eureka in total wins and 15th at Eureka in winning percentage.
Rebecca Traister In 2012, Traister received a Mirror Award for Best Commentary in Digital Media for two essays that appeared in "Salon" ("'30 Rock' Takes on Feminist Hypocrisy–and Its Own," and "Seeing 'Bridesmaids' is a Social Responsibility") and one that appeared in "The New York Times" ("The Soap Opera Is Dead! Long Live The Soap Opera!").
Rebecca Traister Rebecca Traister (born 1975) is an American author. She is currently a writer-at-large for "New York Magazine" and "The Cut", and a contributing editor at "Elle" magazine. She wrote for "The New Republic" from February 2014 through June 2015.
Rebecca Traister Her first book, "Big Girls Don't Cry" (2010), was a New York Times Notable Book of 2010, and the winner of the Ernesta Drinker Ballard Book Prize in 2012. One of the key arguments of the book is that 2008 was the year "in which what was once called the women's liberation movement found thrilling new life" because of the campaign of Hillary Clinton. Her second book, "All the Single Ladies" (2016), has been referred to as a followup of the first, and presents, in the words of Gillian Whitemarch of "The New York Times", a "well-researched, deeply informative examination of women’s bids for independence, spanning centuries."
Rebecca Traister Traister received a "Making Trouble / Making History Award" from the Jewish Women's Archive in 2012 at its annual luncheon, where Gloria Steinem was the presenter.
Mirror Awards Rebecca Traister, Salon (website) and The New York Times Magazine
TGS Hates Women Rebecca Traister at said: "To dig deeply – and wittily – into these ultimately unsolvable but real issues, especially with direct tributes to places like Jezebel and more broadly the feminist critique of media powerhouses like Stewart's "Daily Show" or of Fey herself, is to pay them the honor of taking them seriously – seriously comedically." Traister characterized the episode as "Fey's clever, direct admission that she's been paying attention."
Big Girls Don't Cry (book) Rebecca Traister described the 2008 presidential election as "a completely gripping narrative" during which "everything in America was busted open", but was disappointed by the way it was covered in the mainstream media. She felt that some "big stories"—such as Hillary Clinton becoming the first woman to win an American presidential primary—had been underreported, and that many misogynistic and racist remarks made by commentators had gone unnoticed. By writing the book, she wanted to defend the feminist perspective of the election against its Democrat and progressivist critics "who continue to write off concern with these issues". Asked about what she intended for readers to [take away from] the book, Traister said:
Big Girls Don't Cry (book) Traister also discusses the wives of men involved in politics: Michelle Obama, the wife of Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama, and Elizabeth Edwards, the wife of John Edwards, another candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination. Traister contrasts the Obamas' relationship with that of Hillary and ex-President Bill Clinton. She argues that Michelle Obama's candidness led many women voters to feel they had more in common with her than Hillary Clinton. She compares Elizabeth Edwards' public image to that of Michelle Obama and Hillary Clinton, and criticizes her for "enabl[ing] her husband's deception" about his extramarital affair.