Rarely does activism get this hedonistic. This week, support women’s rights by drinking chocolate martinis, gazing at the male form or hearing from the likes of Laurie Anderson and Valerie […]
Author: Sarah Richardson
Don’t Ms.: Gloria Steinem, Marion Jones, War Redefined and More!
After a week of serious talks and films, we’ll be ready to jet off to Brighton, U.K., for a riot grrrl-themed Halloween party. What era Kathleen Hannah will you be […]
Don’t Ms.: War, Peace, Humor, Suffrage, Body Love and More!
Nashville: Vanderbilt University will be hosting Shelby Knox, subject of the award-winning documentary The Education of Shelby Knox, a film that follows her advocacy for sex education and gay rights […]
Don’t Ms.: ERA Education Project, Milk Like Sugar, Phranc and More!
What’s better than a week of feminist comedy, plays, book-signings and music? Los Angeles: The ERA Education Project is hosting a night of comedy that asks, “Hey, WTF, don’t I […]
Don’t Ms.: Black Lesbian Poets, Ada Lovelace Day and Much More!
Los Angeles: UCLA’s Department of Women’s Studies is hosting Joan Roughgarden’s talk, “Evolution of Social Behavior: Not the 1970s Anymore.” Hear the Stanford University professor and author of Evolution’s Rainbow: […]
Don’t Ms.: Eve Ensler, JD Samson, Our Bodies, Ourselves and More!
Washington D.C.: Holly Kearl, author of Stop Street Harassment: Making Public Places Safe and Welcoming for Women and Mandy Van Deven, co-author of Hey, Shorty!: A Guide to Combating Sexual […]
No Comment: “Use Your Natural Charm”
In three new ads featuring model Gisele Bündchen, Brazilian lingerie company Hope urges women to take off their clothes before breaking “bad” news to their male partners. The ads rely […]
Don’t Ms.: Feminist Mothers, Annual Celebrations and Much More!
This week is ripe with events featuring feminist speakers—from professors to authors to the first lady to activist moms. New York: A preview of the new documentary by Joanna Lipper, […]
The Women in Poverty Epidemic, Visualized
Released last week, the United States Census Bureau’s latest data on household income left no doubt that more and more American women are sinking into poverty. According to a National […]
Don’t Ms.: Experimentations of a Teenage Feminist, Aung San Suu Kyi Biopic, and More!
It’s a great week for feminist submissions! Help a teenager gather photos of feminists from around the globe, or enter an essay contest about Ms. magazine covers. This week there’s […]