'Men's Issues' seem like such a luxury problem. London's Southbank Centre's 'Being a Man' Festival is looking to change that.
Saadawi is the author of 56 books and has been imprisoned for her writing, which condemns how women have and continue to be treated in the Middle East. We talked religion, capitalism, and the state of Egyptian politics.
This is what glossies will look like once patriarchy is a thing of the past.
A new BBC3 documentary aimed to explore female violence and how we view it as a society. But it failed to look at the reasons behind why people lash out.
It's Equal Pay Day, and women get paid less than men, despite what your lame memes and bad statistics say.
Claudie Haigneré on inspiring young girls to join the next generation of astronauts, and whether there should be an all-female space mission.
"I never actually tweeted it—but I don't condemn it, either."
We talked to Peter Stoffer about the recent election upset, why he likes his fellow politicians, and his collection of baseball caps.
Later this month, Victoria will become the first Australian state to offer feminist theory as an elective.
A Bangladeshi-American novelist's search for home in the hills and jungles of South Asia.
We talked to the women behind it about fun, art, and why they're not calling themselves a feminist zine.
The campaign to #pissforequality is a hoax.
An interview with the women behind Red Lighter Films, which aims to combine intersectional feminism with film and make movies that represent marginalized groups.
Celia Rowlson-Hall's gorgeous feature-length silent film "Ma" re-imagines the life of the Virgin Mary.
They call themselves Men Going Their Own Way and they dislike feminism so much they are grabbing their balls and going home.
A recent vandalism campaign against cosmetic surgery ads doesn't tell the other side of the story.
Boobs are fine—great, in fact. So why no vulvas?
Two members of the journal's collective talk about the many types of feminism and why equality is a utopic but necessary thing to strive for.
For many, male voices in gender debates are an unwanted intrusion. But author Laurie Penny argues that masculinity has been in a condition of crisis for centuries, and it's time to address that.
Ann Coulter, a gay guy, and a black stand-up comedian walk into a gun range. Watch what happens next.
Burning pink rubber and riding in five-inch heels, New Orleans's first all-female motorcycle club isn't your stereotypical biker crew.
We talked to the one-woman show about five decades of performing, her oral history project Lower East Side Biographies and the need to offer young people a queer, punk-rock, alternative to the mainstream.
"There is no one way to be a witch," says Mey Rude, who left the Catholic church after coming out as trans. "It's a really freeing identity."
"Is having your vagina out gimmicky? My answer is yes. But you can make use of that gimmick."