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Feminist Poet Amanda Lovelace Releases New Book ‘Break Your Glass Slippers’ Focused On Embracing Your Self-Worth

Feminist Poet Amanda Lovelace Releases New Book ‘Break Your Glass Slippers’ Focused On Embracing Your Self-Worth

We love a good narrative about breaking down the princess stereotype and giving girls the kind of ideal that is instead empowering, realistic and nuanced. Feminist author and poet Amanda […]

Creativity

New Book: Today’s Wonder Women: Everyday Superheroes Who Are Changing The World!

New Book: Today’s Wonder Women: Everyday Superheroes Who Are Changing The World!

If you’ve been a GTHQ reader for a while you are probably already familiar with our recent series, Today’s Wonder Women, which we started in 2018 as a way to […]

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Novelist Christine Meade Ponders The Release Of Her First Book Along With The Birth Of Her First Child

Novelist Christine Meade Ponders The Release Of Her First Book Along With The Birth Of Her First Child

By Christine Meade I found out I am having a boy this spring—my first child. He was not planned for or expected, and yet it feels like he must have […]

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Best-Selling Author Releases ‘My First Book Of Feminism’ To Empower The Next Generation Of Badass Young Women

Best-Selling Author Releases ‘My First Book Of Feminism’ To Empower The Next Generation Of Badass Young Women

After releasing ‘My First Book of Feminism (for Boys)‘, best-selling author Julie Merberg realized there was still much to be said on the subject of feminism. Her new title, ‘My […]

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Leaving Silence Behind: How I Overcame Stigma From Racism & AIDS By Telling My Story

Leaving Silence Behind: How I Overcame Stigma From Racism & AIDS By Telling My Story

By Elena Schwolsky I shifted nervously in my metal folding chair. The harsh fluorescent lights of the church basement magnified my discomfort. I was attending my first meeting of a […]

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Resistance and Resilience: My “Warrior” Mother’s Gifts

Resistance and Resilience: My “Warrior” Mother’s Gifts

By Hendrika de Vries When I was a little girl, my mother and I fused in a survival bond amidst tyranny and subversive activities in Nazi-occupied WWII Amsterdam.   I […]

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Stop Feeling Like a Fake – Overcoming Impostor Syndrome

Stop Feeling Like a Fake – Overcoming Impostor Syndrome

By Susan K. Hamilton Have you ever felt that you didn’t deserve your success? That you weren’t good enough, competent enough, or smart enough—and that eventually, someone was going to […]

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“I Slapt His Face In Public”: How One Woman Spoke Out Against Harassment In The Past

“I Slapt His Face In Public”: How One Woman Spoke Out Against Harassment In The Past

By Kate Stewart When I began to research Ruth Rappaport’s life, I knew that I would find stories about how she had survived World War II, the 1948 War for […]

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Delve Into The World Of Prohibition & Speakeasies In Author Susanna Calkins’ Female-Driven ‘Murder Knocks Twice’ Book

Delve Into The World Of Prohibition & Speakeasies In Author Susanna Calkins’ Female-Driven ‘Murder Knocks Twice’ Book

The following is an excerpt from award-winning author Susanna Calkins’ new title ‘Murder knocks Twice’, out now from Minotaur Books. Beneath the streets of 1920s Chicago lie a dangerous, glittering […]

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How My Dog Gave Me The Courage To Stand Up Against Sexual Abuse

How My Dog Gave Me The Courage To Stand Up Against Sexual Abuse

By Aysha Akhtar, MD, MPH [CW: Sexual abuse] “I want to show you something.” Uncle Talup approached me as soon as I stepped out of the bathroom of our East […]

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Author Lisa Braver Moss Writes Coming-Of-Age, Vietnam-Era Novel About Surviving Domestic Violence

Author Lisa Braver Moss Writes Coming-Of-Age, Vietnam-Era Novel About Surviving Domestic Violence

The following is an excerpt from ‘Shrug’, a book by Lisa Braver Moss, out on August 13 from She Writes Press. The novel follows a Vietnam War-era teen whose family […]

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The Weight of Shame For Survivors Of Child Sexual Abuse

By Patricia Eagle [TW: child abuse, sexual abuse] At a critical juncture in my life, I realized that continuing to stay quiet about my experiences of sexual abuse could very […]

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Author & Lawyer Revisits 30-Year-Old Assault That Shaped Her Life In More Ways Than One, In New Book.

Author & Lawyer Revisits 30-Year-Old Assault That Shaped Her Life In More Ways Than One, In New Book.

[TW: PTSD, sexual assault, trauma] Why does the body remember what the mind tries so desperately to forget? Author and lawyer Karen Stefano begins to answer this question in her […]

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Why Are “Unlikeable” Female Characters In Books Such a Turn-Off, But Unlikable Males Acceptable?

By Sayde Scarlett The first reviews of my debut novel, ‘Clouds and Earth’, are starting to come in. It seems everyone agrees: my main character, Sandy Attiyeh – whom I […]

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1979 Women's Rights Movement in Iran | BBC

Author Pens Coming-Of-Age Memoir About Moving To Iran From The US As A Girl, During The Revolution

When five-year-old Nioucha Homayoonfar moves from the U.S. to Iran in 1979, its open society means a life with dancing, women’s rights, and other freedoms. But soon the revolution erupts […]