Seven Last-Minute Feminist Father’s Day Gifts

These seven gifts can be rushed right to your door—and they’ll say everything you were trying to say.

Indomitability in a Dark Time: An Open Letter to Women Graduating in the Age of Trump

“This is a dark time to be a young woman finishing school.”

The Good Wife

The female caregiver only has two options—leave or become the martyr.

I Hope You’re Watching Me

One feminist mother’s account of intentionally “doing gender” her way.

Action Figures “For Girls” Aren’t Good Enough

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.

Honoring the Childfree Auntie

15 percent of women in the U.S. will reach their 40th birthdays without ever having given birth—but they have given to the children in their lives in significant ways.

It’s Time For Girl-Powered Solutions To Inequality

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.

The Nearly Impossible Dream

Hard work and ambition are supposed to be the keys to escaping poverty, yet few poor black girls will ever achieve middle-class success.

How Catcalling Changed As I Lost 80 Pounds (And How It Didn’t)

I’ve been downright fat, flabbily average, curvy and 19-percent-body-fat fit. But one thing has never changed: men commenting on my body.

Q&A: Meet the Vinyl Club Resisting Patriarchy One Record at a Time

The Chulita Vinyl Club is a three-year-old multi-city collective centering women of color—and celebrating their culture as an act of resistance.

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