These songs span a variety of decades, genres, and tempos, so no matter what your music preferences are, one of these feminist musicians has a holiday song for you.
Pressure and guilt, in all their forms, converge around this time every year, when the invisible work women typically do at home gets ratcheted up a few notches for the holidays. Add to that the pandemic, which has claimed more than 300,000 U.S. lives and, at its worst point, 20.8 million jobs. People are burnt out. Women most of all.
And yet, the household work—who keeps track of what groceries to buy, what appointments to make, the outfits needed for the holiday photos—continues to fall on women, as it historically has.
This year, I hope to transform Cupid’s arrow into a sword. I want to fight.
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December 24, 1912: A 22-mile advance in driving snow today for General Rosalie Jones and her unstoppable suffrage army’s march from the Bronx to New York’s capital of Albany!
‘Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house, not a present had been purchased, not even a blouse…
One of the things that makes me the happiest is to have a brand new book in my hands—so, in the spirit of the season, I wanted to share my favorite new reads written by some of my favorite authors (and a few of my friends).
You’re looking for gifts with that special handmade touch. You shop small whenever possible. We’ve put together your perfect holiday gift guide, featuring some of our favorite feminist gifts from Etsy makers!
If your gift-giving goal is simply to mask any stress, guilt or even inequality in mom’s life, I suggest a strong scented candle. But if you want to gift her with solidarity and support this year, consider these ideas instead.
As retailers head into peak season and restaurants and bars tackle the holiday party rush, service workers in those industries find themselves working long hours. We have to wonder how many of them also will endure sexual harassment. When they do, there won’t be a hashtag movement to support them.