If you’re looking to engage in literature that centers the female experience and its complicated, constantly evolving nature, the feminist authors listed below might be a good place to start.
5 Reasons A League of Their Own Should Have #MoreThanFour
And in that spirit, I’d like to list down five good reasons A League Of Their Own deserves way #MoreThanFour episodes.
Decade by Decade: Black Women Musicians, Activists Alike
For years black women have been fighting against racism and sexism. These women are also musicians, using their lyrics to influence change.
What’s So Bad About Andrew Tate?: A Brief History of Why So Many People Dislike Him
If, at any point in the last few months, you’ve had to Google exactly who Andrew Tate is, you’re not alone. The real question, though, is why he’s so widely hated.
Anti-abortion Lawmakers: Who, What, and Why?
After Roe v. Wade was overturned, many states began to push and in some cases, pass anti-abortion legislation. Who are these lawmakers and what do they believe in?
5 Female-Directed Movies To Look Forward To This 2023
Even with increased diversity in the film industry, female-directed movies still occupy a small space. These five movies add to what is only, hopefully, a growing list.
Angelcore: The Internet’s New Femme (And Feminist) Aesthetic
Clad in pearls, lace, and soft pastels, angelcore borrows Catholic imagery to create an ethereal style and send a powerful message.
Douche Vitriol: Incels’ Toxic History and the Alt-Right Connection
Incel groups date back to 1990s. The term started with a community of people, both men and women, unsuccessful in their attempts to find romantic partners.
How Christian Is the Anti-Abortion Stance?
Pro-Lifers cite Christianity to explain anti-abortion activism leading up to the Supreme Court’s overturning of Roe v. Wade. But is that really a Christian stance?
Women Who Hate Women: Dissecting the Trend of the Pick-Me Girl
The pick-me girl isn’t like other girls. She’s been conditioned to believe that there is something inherently wrong with being a woman.
“Women Aren’t Funny”: A Brief History of the Women Who Shaped Stand-up Comedy
Stand-up comedy took shape over the course of the last 150-odd years and women have been there helping shape it from day one. Here are some of those women.
How Adding a Salary Range to Job Descriptions Could Help in the Fight for Equal Pay
Some states are now requiring companies to post a salary range in job descriptions. Here’s how that small change could help workers.
A Throwback to When I Used to Hate Pink Because of Internalized Misogyny
The color was beautiful until internalized misogyny made so many of us hate pink because it was “weak-willed, subservient, and stupid.”
Why the Climate Crisis Is Harder on Women
It’s time we acknowledge and address the disproportionate harm the climate crisis is doing to women.
What Makes An E-Girl? A Guide to the E-Girl Aesthetic and Life
The e-girl aesthetic mixes fashion, internet history, and what it means to grow up online. Like her predecessors, the e-girl is no stranger to flak.
Tradwives: The Alt-Right Fiction of Traditional Femininity
Traditional femininity, with its ties to white supremacy, may not be real, but it’s worth taking a nuanced look at why women latch onto the tradwives ideal.