One feminist mother’s account of intentionally “doing gender” her way.
Imagine one toy aisle that encompassed all types of doll, irregardless of gender. No pink-and-fluffy vs. dark-and-angry divide. More variety, color and choice.
“Math Brain,” a PSA in the style of a 1980’s infomercial, launched today—in honor of Pi Day.
I was there in the room last week when 25 of my students put down their phones and engaged in face-to-face dialogue with Roxane Gay.
President Trump is poised to rescind key anti-discrimination protections for trans youth issued last year.
Now is the time to join arm-in-arm with girls you know and love. Show girls—who’ll be taking over the reins soon enough—that they too can change the world.
When adolescent girls are a topic of discussion, they are somehow still missing from the conversation. The solution to this problem is easy: girl-driven and girl-operated efforts to end inequality.
For two years, Alba Alvarado Sandoval fought to bring safe sex to her Northern California high school—and she succeeded.
Meeting the needs of girls is critical to achieving a range of development outcomes, and we cannot meet girls’ needs if we neglect their mental health.