Amber Rose’s Slutwalk truly embraced and celebrated the duality of women’s lives in the modern world, and it was a radically inclusive event — one with an explicit policy against all forms of oppressive language and behavior as well as an explicit intent to include, lift up, and acknowledge the unique and compounded struggles of trans women, women of color, queer women, poor women, and differently abled women.
Native American History studies getting nixed in South Dakota, ways to ask for consent, Sleater-Kinney, when will Facebook ban these boobs, Cameron Esposito and Rhea Butcher unf, Stockholm Pride, musical muppets, and so much more!
Socks for Dobby, Ellen Page (and her forehead?), this scary ass movie you can watch, Ina Garten, teens doing romance things via digital means, vegetarian Taco Bell wants ya money, Peeple talk, women and their newsletters, Buffy, and so very much more!
Remembering Honey Lee Cottrell, you can build a Netflix switch, pictures of women boxers, advocate the heck out of the bisexual community, Meow the Jewels, other songs that don’t have cats in them unfortch, but still, Stonewall movie [flatline beep], and so much more!
Food waste, bootlegs, when you fall for shows on Netflix, Margaret Cho, the motherfucking sage grouse, space whiskey, Patti Smith, it happened to [all of us], fertility treatment, opinions about things, and so much more!
Podcasts hosted by queer women are guaranteed to brighten your commute. That’s a fact.
From labor rights to environmental justice, these women organized with gender in mind outside of the feminist movement.
Recess as a lifestyle goal, Ava DuVernay as an everything goal, trans homecoming queen, claws, “fuck,” Pippi Longstocking’s pancakes, and so much more!
Giant friendship pins, dreaming kittens, perfect hummus, beetles, in-home date nights, boxed wine scandals, cat jenga, remembering 9/11, Roxane Gay, a genius 12 year old, Laura Jane Grace, women shaping dance music, Brittani Nichols is cool, Tami Taylor’s hair and so much more!
Michelle Tea, queer forces to be reckoned with, suits for girls, pandas, women in trades, the equality myth, a life-saving moving company, Thunderbitch, Airbnb for refugees, a personal story of falling on a public sidewalk, and so much more!
Are you ready for some football??! See, it’s funny because tomorrow is the start of college football but nothing in this AAA is actually about college football! Isn’t that funny? Get in here!
Sandcastles, fall drives, pop culture colliding with real life violence, robots, more Katrina pieces, Lisa Frank, rape culture left and right, agender fashion and so much more!
Some tip-of-the-iceberg New Orleans/Katrina pieces, Brandi Carlile at Newport Folk, national parks, what even is anything, drunk shopping at Target, hamster on a skateboard, what the drought is doing to native tribes, embalming, sexism in the music industry, Kristin Russo interviews Meredith Graves, infertility treatment disparities, and so much more!
Baby flipping out over a cat, the history of lesbian bars, an Arabelle Sicardi essay, topless rights, Bikini Kill, Amy Winehouse, Campaign Zero, parks in the midwest, and so much more!
Piled high with links and covered in a down-home link gravy, just like grandma used to make.
Reproaction was borne out of a simple observation: the pro-choice movement is losing in America.
Feminism is alive and well, my friends. And I’ve got 95 photos from across the planet to prove it.
The robot uprising, the porcupine problem, places you can hike, cool puzzles, curriculum, a man that’s a goat, octopi are aliens I guess, Shirley Manson, sexual healing with witches, we buy lots of books, Mey for president and so much more!
So many films about women, the menstruation revolution, #GiveYourMoneyToWomen, the Stonewall parody trailer you’ve been waiting for, Gabby Rivera love, what science says about friendships in your 30s, a mini playlist of sorts, and so much more!
Amnesty International’s Board has put together a draft policy on sex work that could lift up and protect some of the most vulnerable and marginalized folks around the world – and feminists and human rights advocates alike could learn a lot from it. The only problem is that they’re too busy speaking over the sex workers and researchers who emphatically support the proposal to really do so.