Post Tagged with: "Feminist"

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How Wanting To Be Mozart When I Was Three Made Me A Feminist

How Wanting To Be Mozart When I Was Three Made Me A Feminist

By Susanne Dunlap My pronouns are she/her/hers. I’ve always been comfortable with my birth gender, in spite of having come of age in the sixties and seventies when feminism was […]

Feminism

Author & Women’s Rights Activist From The 60’s Vows To Continue The Fight In A Post-Roe America

Author & Women’s Rights Activist From The 60’s Vows To Continue The Fight In A Post-Roe America

By Catherine Raphael 1963 Oakmont High School career day. I was a junior. The fight for Civil Rights was in full swing. Marches and violent encounters with police were on […]

Creativity

Pakistani Feminist Statement Jewelry Brand Telling Stories Of Women Of Color With New ‘Gaze’ Collection

Pakistani Feminist Statement Jewelry Brand Telling Stories Of Women Of Color With New ‘Gaze’ Collection

Founded by three sisters in Pakistan, Pierre Gemme by HUR aims to redefine the global jewelry industry by designing pieces that are unique, meaningful, and impactful. The brand’s mission is […]

Entertainment

Stop What You’re Doing &  Subscribe To These 9 Feminist Podcasts ASAP!

Stop What You’re Doing & Subscribe To These 9 Feminist Podcasts ASAP!

By Emily Henry Podcasts are fast becoming the preferred storytelling medium and cultural source as they can be enjoyed pretty much anywhere. Commuters enjoy them to escape the boredom of travel, […]

Feminism

How Knitting Has Become A Feminist Act

How Knitting Has Become A Feminist Act

Knitting has been a popular pastime for so long that it is difficult to pinpoint its origin to an exact time and place. Historians assume, however, that knitting originated in […]

Creativity

Photographer Donna Ferrato’s New Book “Holy” Embraces The Power Of Women

Photographer Donna Ferrato’s New Book “Holy” Embraces The Power Of Women

If you know Donna Ferrato, a world-renowned documentary photographer, she lives her art. She is angry. She is empathic. She is loving. She is committed. This book, Holy, is an encapsulation […]

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Society’s Disdain For “Difficult” & Gritty Women Made Me Unapologetically Write My First Novel About One

Society’s Disdain For “Difficult” & Gritty Women Made Me Unapologetically Write My First Novel About One

By Shelley Blanton-Stroud My debut novelist friends like to play this game called, My Favorite Amazon Review. (And by favorite, we don’t mean best.) Here’s the headline of my favorite […]

Feminism

Christine de Pizan: The Forgotten Renaissance Feminist

Christine de Pizan: The Forgotten Renaissance Feminist

Most discussions about the origins of the feminist movement pinpoint the 18th century and the Age of Enlightenment as the time when women’s rights were first contemplated and defended by […]

Interviews

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, Interviews

Abby Zecirsoki | "America in Tears" 2018

Artist Abby Zeciroski Creating Work That Is Unapologetically Pro Choice, Pro LGBTQ+ & Political.

It’s crazy to think that it’s almost 4 years since Donald Trump was elected president in 2016. Now that we are looking ahead to the November 2020 presidential election with […]

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Taking Control Of Your Pregnancy: Embracing Motherhood As A Feminist

Taking Control Of Your Pregnancy: Embracing Motherhood As A Feminist

By Jori Hamilton For those who are to new pregnancy, it can be jarring to jump into the world of motherhood. The expectations that live within the chatrooms, books, and […]

Entertainment

Pioneer Feminist Artists Challenging Outdated Conventional Gender Roles In New Exhibit “EXPOSED”

Pioneer Feminist Artists Challenging Outdated Conventional Gender Roles In New Exhibit “EXPOSED”

If you are in the New York City area, we highly suggest getting yourselves over to the Untitled Space gallery in Lower Manhattan to check out their latest exhibit “EXPOSED”, […]

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Feminist Sci-Fi Author Pens Fantasy Short Story Collection About Trump Post-Impeachment, In A Galaxy Far Far Away.

Feminist Sci-Fi Author Pens Fantasy Short Story Collection About Trump Post-Impeachment, In A Galaxy Far Far Away.

By Marleen S. Barr Donald Trump was ensconced in his Fifth Avenue aerie contemplating his Cabinet appointments. He glanced at an oblong lamp adorned with a spout and a semi-circular […]

Creativity

Badass Arab Comic Series Smashing The Patriarchy By Giving Pop Art Images A Feminist Update

Badass Arab Comic Series Smashing The Patriarchy By Giving Pop Art Images A Feminist Update

We love a good patriarchy-smashing project, especially when it involves art and can infiltrate social subconsciousness in a unique way. We came across this awesome illustration series on Stepfeed.com, which […]

Interviews

This Feminist Sex Toy Company Funds Sexual Freedom And Women’s Reproductive Health

This Feminist Sex Toy Company Funds Sexual Freedom And Women’s Reproductive Health

As part of our commitment to the continual #resistance, as well as the greater movement to take down the patriarchy, we are all about sex-positive messages and brands, projects, and […]