Hidden in the sea of pussy hats and Instagram marchers, folks took up space, amplified others’ voices, and marched for intersectionality.
Nearly 100 years after its first introduction to Congress, The Human Campaign plans to get the Equal Rights Amendment ratified once and for all.
I’ve made a girl group playlist and intend to listen to it on loop at full capacity after filling Riese’s entire living room with sand, what are you doing?
Here’s what Molly saw on the ground in D.C. at the Women’s March on Washington.
The Women’s March was a record-breaking worldwide protest against Donald Trump, and you’re gonna love all these photos of lesbians, queers, gays, bisexuals and allies who rallied for the occasion.
Going to the Women’s March on Washington or a solidarity event near you? I have some tips!
Connect with other Autostraddle pals who’ll be protesting in Washington or at one of the 270+ sister marches across the globe.