In the first court conviction successfully levied against the movie producer, Harvey Weinstein was found guilty today of two felony sex crimes. Feminists celebrate this undeniable victory and remember the long road that got us to this point.
This year, I hope to transform Cupid’s arrow into a sword. I want to fight.
With Girl Scout cookie season upon us, we wanted to spotlight five reasons we support the critical and empowering work those cookie purchases fuel all year long.
The Canyon Nest, a school 30 minutes from the U.S. / Mexico border, will soon provide education for children of families waiting in Tijuana while seeking refuge in the United States.
Rep. Carolyn B. Maloney (D-NY) still remembers the trip to the National Mall that inspired HR 1980. “I found myself asking, ‘Where are the women?’” she told reporters at a press conference Monday. “If we fail to recognize women, we cannot empower them,” she said. “But women’s stories have been largely excluded from history textbooks. […]
This Sunday night, you have a few options: You could watch every female director of 2019 get snubbed, recall #OscarsSoWhite with frustration as history repeats itself, applaud the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ failing efforts to become more inclusive, celebrate “white male rage”—or ignore all of the misogynistic Hollywood glitz and glam to spend your Sunday night consuming content that would be both less sexist and more entertaining!
During the music industry’s biggest night, women grabbed gramophones, performed pop hits and took aim at the Recording Academy’s misogynistic history.
Donald Trump made history today as the first president to ever address the March for Life. And feminists from across the country talked back.