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What Tomorrow Brings for Girls in Afghanistan

Despite progress, girls in Afghanistan continue to face various obstacles as they pursue an education. Beth Murphy captures some of these challenges in the documentary “What Tomorrow Brings.”


Q&A: Bestselling Author Elizabeth Gilbert on Feminism and Creative Living

“It’s not an influence–it’s the groundwater that nourishes every idea I have. Because without feminism, I do not exist.”

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UNITE HERE Takes On Sexual Harassment in Chicago’s Hospitality Industry

When UNITE HERE Local 1 heard the story of a young server being sexually harassed by a male guest at a local casino, they took action.

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We Won’t Wait: Issues of Economic Justice are Issues of Reproductive Justice

The reproductive and sexual health and overall wellbeing of individuals is dependent on their ability to provide for themselves and their families.


15 Ways Billy Bush Could Have Just Shut It Down

There are a hundred things Billy Bush could have done to interrupt Trump on the spot during that now-infamous conversation they had in 2005. He failed to do any of them.


We Need a Feminist Secretary-General at the United Nations

We now know the next Secretary General won’t be a woman, but will he be a feminist? Women’s groups expect no less.


Q&A: Taj Paxton on Queer Women of Color in Filmmaking

“I am drawn to stories about women and it’s important to not apologize for that.”

Guerrilla Girls artists Kathe Kollwitz, Zubeida Agha and Frida Kahlo during a press preview for an exhibition of works by the Guerrilla Girls titled "Not Ready To Make Nice: 30 Years And Still Counting," at the Abrams Art Center, 466 Grand St, New York, NY on Thursday, April 30, 2015. (Andrew Hinderaker)

Creative Complaining: The Guerilla Girls Revisit “It’s Even Worse in Europe”

In re-examining their 1986 work, the Guerrilla Girls have shaped a new enquiry. Now, the declaration is transformed to pose a question.: Is it even worse in Europe?


A More Feminist City: Can Riyadh Shatter Stereotypes for Saudi Women?

It will take more than a day to adjust misconceptions about the capital—and especially what it will ultimately mean for Saudi women—but with smartphones in each pocket and a metro in the works, Riyadh is finally taking shape and shifting culture.

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Why The Sudden Outrage, GOP?

Republican Party leaders, so self-righteously appalled by this image of Trump grabbing a woman in her most private part, do this in legislatures every day.