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.
It’s still a constitutionally protected right for now but how much is an abortion really? For 40 million people, it’s already costly and hard to access.
They built the film industry but now they’re scarcely seen behind the camera or in writers’ rooms. Here’s why women filmmakers are few and far between.
Amazon Prime’s The Wilds is part survival drama, part slumber party, but its feminist messaging is a little uneven.
Are you bi or is it just comphet? That’s the eternal question for queer women raised in a cis-hetero normative society.
Is a Gary Stu really less common than a Mary Sue — or do we just only recognize the ridiculousness of flawless protagonists when they’re women?
Gendered disinformation can keep women out of public spaces and put them in real danger.
The label “witch” began as a tool for oppressing women. But women soon learned to wield it as a source of power.
The gender pay gap bot has had enough of “women are brave” tweets from companies who underpay their female employees.
Just a century ago, you would have been laughed out of town for saying blue was for boys.
The Bechdel test should be laughably easy. Yet so many films fail and the few that pass act like they’re feminist icons for doing the bare minimum.
The word “feminist” has had negative meanings since the early days of the women’s rights movement. But its newer “bad” meanings might be a good sign.
Fatphobia is one of the last legal forms of discrimination, and it’s hurting the careers of the 80% of Americans who are overweight or obese.
The trivialization of teen girls in fan culture mirrors the trivialization of women in the workforce.
From murderous conquistadoras to human rights defenders, these real nuns are more badass than any TV nuns.
I want to say this is the first time I’ve heard a sexual assault story, but it isn’t.