This Problem is Bigger Than Uber

With the opportunity to hire a new CEO comes the opportunity for Uber to take the lead on combatting the tech sector’s culture of misogyny and correcting its endemic lack of diversity.

Today in Feminist History: The New York Times Says “Ms.”

Thirty-one years ago today, “Ms.” was finally adopted at The New York Times.

Q&A: Brittany Collins of Voices and Visions on the Impact of Women’s Stories

Brittany Collins is determined to offer a space to allow women to nurture artistry and creativity.

Becoming Wonder Woman

I hatched a plan: I would wear her magic belt. I would save people from the bad guys. I would never feel scared again.

Tinder Loving Care

Tinder and other apps are revolutionizing hook-up culture. For women, they’re also a dangerous game of risk and reward.

Net Neutrality is a Feminist Issue

Women and people of color are most likely to pay the highest price for the suspension of net neutrality.

Q&A: Amy Brenneman on Defining—and Devoting Herself to—Feminism

“Calling myself a feminist says to the world that my life’s work is to speak for all those whose voices are drowned out.”

Q&A: Alysia Reiner on Using The “F” Word

“I don’t know if I actually truly knew what the ‘F’ word meant till I went to the Women’s March… Then and there I knew in every cell of my body.”

8 Hidden Biblical Themes in “The Handmaid’s Tale”

At the heart of Margaret Atwood’s book lies a biblical story that provided blueprints for a patriarchal dystopia.

What’s Not Being Said About The Handmaid’s Tale

What critics are saying about Hulu’s new series The Handmaid’s Tale is true: It’s eerily reminiscent of our present-day reproductive dystopia; the acting, costumes and mise-en-scène are stunning and the story is terrifying—both because of its totalitarianism and everyday sexism. What critics are not saying is also true: the story’s torture is real as is its racism.

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