Boebert, Greene and the Peril of Internalized Misogyny

We are left questioning how we can productively condemn Lauren Boebert and Marjorie Taylor Greene’s anti-democratic, conspiracy-laden and discriminatory words and actions without turning to superficial, misogynistic attacks.

True and lasting liberation requires the elimination of sexism for everyone, everywhere—including for our worst enemies.

Intersectionality, Accountability, and the United Nations

Gender parity doesn’t necessarily mean the U.N. is working better, and towards the interests of women, girls and marginalized populations. If the U.N. is to “leave no one behind,” it must fully grasp the multiple forms of discrimination holding people back.

It’s time U.N. Secretary-General António Guterres accepts and takes on recommendations for making intersectionality central to the U.N.’s mandate.

Wakanda, Worldbuilding and Afrofuturism for a World Without Violence

When we re-envision gender-based expectations and imagine and practice into more roles for people of all genders, we begin to shift the fundamental cultural underpinnings of oppression. We were curious about how Black and Indigenous women, trans and gender non-conforming people and their allies might imagine freedom looking and feeling like in Wakanda, a place where liberation is the norm and anything is possible.