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Ashley F. Miller

Author's details

Name: Ashley Miller
Date registered: October 1, 2011
Jabber / Google Talk: ashleyf.

Biography

Ashley F. Miller is a writer, activist, and communications scholar from South Carolina, who has worked for LGBT, secular, and women’s rights for over a decade. She is one of the leading young women in the secular movement, speaking regularly at schools and conferences across the country about feminism and communications. She has written for dozens of publications, including Salon, Freethought Blogs, and the academic journal CrossCurrents, and run local communications campaigns for law firms, news websites, and secular organizations. She is a PhD candidate in Mass Communications at the University of South Carolina, where she has focused on women and minorities in the media. Before returning to school for her PhD, she worked in film and television in Los Angeles. She has a Masters in Film Production from FSU, and a Bachelors degree in Film Studies from Emory University.

Latest posts

  1. More hate from racists – Coalburner edition — March 8, 2014
  2. Interview with Board Game Designer Justin Waggle — March 7, 2014
  3. Ashley’s 2014 Oscar’s Predictions — March 2, 2014
  4. How to make that cheap plastic wig look good — February 15, 2014
  5. A thorough analysis of Woody Allen’s letter in the NYTimes — February 8, 2014

Most commented posts

  1. Why does anyone like Ron Paul? — 613 comments
  2. Racism, homophobia, and how I lost my dad last week — 482 comments
  3. To those of us fighting the good fight — 451 comments
  4. Michael Shermer Legal Fund — 348 comments
  5. Michael Shermer’s Note on the Legal Fund — 192 comments

Author's posts listings

Aug 06 2013

My Muslim Facebook Friends

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I admit that I am fairly wanton in my acceptance of Facebook friends.  Since it’s my primary mode of communication and sharing with my friends and followers, I’m happy to pretty much accept anyone who isn’t harassing me.  More hits on my blog, more attention to me, etc. While the vast majority of strangers who …

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Jul 31 2013

Zealot by Reza Aslan: A Review

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There are a lot of narratives around this book.  Reza Aslan says mean things about atheists, Reza Aslan doesn’t have the credentials he says he has, Reza Aslan was mistreated abominably by Fox News, Reza Aslan is Muslim and that taints his ability to see clearly on the history of Jesus.  The thing is, none …

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Jul 29 2013

Tonight at 7PM: The Ashley F Miller Show Episode 6

Join me, annalise fonza, and Yasmin Nair as we discuss: Politics: The Anthony Weiner Scandal Media: “Orange is the New Black” Guest Choice: Prison in America The YouTube link will appear shortly before 7PM EST. This is filmed in front of a live internet audience — if you’ve got input feel free to get in …

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Jul 23 2013

Women Protagonists in YA: A List and Resources

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This is a work in progress, any feedback from the audience/readers will be incorporated into the list.  I am especially interested in finding any good works about female friendship.  Here is a wonderful tumblr devoted to diversity in YA.  Here is a wonderfully comprehensive list of protagonists of color in YA and another specifically looking at SF and …

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Jul 22 2013

Ashley talks a lot: atheism, women, minorities, pop culture

(ROY ZIMMERMAN. Also, I go first so you don’t even have to watch very long to see me)

Jul 22 2013

Tonight at 7PM: The Ashley F Miller Show Episode 5

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I feel like 5 episodes makes it seem legit.  A show in its own right, standing on two feet.  No longer a total babe in the woods, maybe more of a toddler. Join me, Jason Thibeault of Lousy Canuck, and Heina Dadabhoy of Skepchick as we talk: Politics: Rape in Dubai Media: Comic Con — women and minorities …

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Jul 17 2013

FtBCon – Ashley’s schedule

Life is always easier when you’ve got a schedule to follow.  So here’s mine for the weekend.  I am in on 5 sessions, talking about a variety of subjects from YA lit to video games, but all to do with media and culture.  Which is good because I have a degree that makes people think …

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Jul 16 2013

Weird Moments in Is This Even My Life: Rockapella

I recorded “Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?” on the ukulele about this time last year and somehow it’s gotten a bunch of comments that I was never alerted to.  I am really bad at following my YouTube in the first place, but I’m pretty sure that I would have noticed this alert. Well! …

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Jul 15 2013

Tonight at 7PM: The Ashley F Miller Show Episode 4

Join me, Ian Cromwell of Crommunist Manifesto, and Andrew Tripp of Considered Exclamations and More than Men as we talk: Politics: The Zimmerman verdict Media: Ender’s Game and the boycott Guest choice: Representation issues in YA Lit. You can RSVP to the “event” here and, when the hangout is on-air, it should send you a link of the YouTube …

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Jul 12 2013

TMI Review – Softcups / Complaining about my period

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This is a post all about uteruses and the havoc they play.  Really it’s mostly about my uterus.  So, for some people, that may be too much information and, hey, that’s fine, just stop reading.  Because I intend to pull no punches.  Maybe I’ll throw in a picture of a flower or something.  But seriously, …

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