10 Feminist Books to Read This Summer

Looking for a summer read? We recommend these 10 books featured in our Summer 2017 issue.

Architecting Your Life: A Response to Ivanka Trump

Trump tells us that her book is a “manual for architecting the life you want to live.” As an architect, I have some suggestions for her.

Taking My Son To See Wonder Woman Was Just As Important As Taking My Daughter

In Trump’s America, our girls—and possibly, more importantly, our boys—need strong female role models.

Q&A: Cait Johnson and Judith Arcana on Abortion in Media and Making Ask for Jane

“Ask for Jane” tells the story of The Jane Collective, a group of women who helped others obtain abortions before Roe. We talked to the filmmaker and one of the Janes themselves about why it matters, now more than ever.

Nevertheless, She Persisted: A Review of Rosa DeLauro’s The Least Among Us

With the recent cruel attempts to slash programs to aid the poor, disabled and elderly, we should all embrace Rosa DeLauro’s blueprint.

The Writing on the Wall

More than 30 years after its original publishing, as our own government systematically strips rights from women, we revisit Margaret Atwood’s vision in The Handmaid’s Tale. We heed her warning.

The Feminist Promise of Wonder Woman

In a world plagued by wars, terrorist acts and misogyny, the mythical existence of a Wonder Woman provides cathartic release and a fulfilling fantasy that our womanhood is a source of strength and leadership.

Feminists Respond to Wonder Woman

Feminists have a lot to say about Wonder Woman—and what it means to finally see her waging her fight for justice and equality in theaters.

A Willful Killjoy

Feminism is homework. (Self-assigned.) We must task ourselves with the assignments that urge us to dig deeper, helping us transform our personal and work lives.

When Will Wonder Woman Be a Fat, Femme Woman of Color?

Wonder Woman has come a far way. In all her majesty, she still has far to go.

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