A Gap Between Girl Power and Girlhood in the Classroom

The notion that girls are treated equally as boys and that girl power stories are the norm does not line up with the reality of everyday sexism in America. A new study is proof.

Dino Dana Puts Gender and Racial Diversity at the Forefront

In an industry rife with issues of equally portraying all genders and races, Amazon’s new children’s show “Dino Dana” is a beacon.

Fighting for Black Girlhood

A new study reveals that among a slew of other biases, American adults think black girls are less innocent and less in need of protection than white girls.

Listening to Learn: Becoming Allies with Muslim Women

75 community members greeted each other and quietly took their seats as Muslim women were given microphones. For two hours of uninterrupted time, the speakers shared about their lives, their faith, the challenges they face and ways everyone in the room could be allies.

The UN is Finally Taking on Cultural Appropriation

Indigenous advocates have been calling for a ban on the cultural appropriation of their cultures for years—and now the United Nations is finally taking note.

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.

Seven Last-Minute Feminist Father’s Day Gifts

These seven gifts can be rushed right to your door—and they’ll say everything you were trying to say.

The Future of STEM is Female

Young women and girls held their own in this year’s Regeneron Science Talent Search, a prestigious research competition for high school seniors pursuing STEM.

Indomitability in a Dark Time: An Open Letter to Women Graduating in the Age of Trump

“This is a dark time to be a young woman finishing school.”

The Good Wife

The female caregiver only has two options—leave or become the martyr.

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