WWE’s first all-female pay-per-view event, “Evolution,” felt miles away from an all-too-common refrain: “I can’t wrestle her. She’s a girl!”
“She’s Not Alone” was not the same call-out against sexual assault and harassment as the #MeToo movement—but it shared similar undertones.
I stole my roommate’s copy of “The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks” the moment we got home from “Annihilation.”
At this summer’s Women in Science Girls STEAM Camp in Malawi, campers and counselors alike considered the ways technology can prevent gender-based violence.
By the time Clinton took to the podium, the scene was set. This was not to be a graduation speech of simple advice-giving, but a radical reminder that we must live the values we learn.
Women have taken to textile for generations as a means of making political statements.
The community at Wellesley, and communities at women’s colleges like it, did not rest in defeat after the election. Instead, they fought on.
This is what I found outside the University of Chile: absolutely beautiful and incredibly powerful pro-choice artwork by a group called the Feminist Propaganda Brigade.