Photographer Cristina Bartley unpacks the layers of her identity on this photo series exploring Latin American rituals, womanhood, and performativity
Photographer Cristina Bartley unpacks the layers of her identity in this photo series exploring Latin American rituals, womanhood, and performance.
From running laps to finally receiving her Apache name, Mescalero Apache Tribe member Julene Geronimo takes Broadly through the four days of her arduous rite-of-passage.
Ariel Levy suffered the premature birth and death of her son while traveling abroad alone. In 'The Rules Do Not Apply,' she details the meticulous mapping and rapid evaporation of a stable-seeming life.
'HUSH' by Avery Wheless and Brandon Tyson is a short but powerful exploration of the complexities and contradictions of womanhood.
What started as an all-image post on The Hairpin in 2011 soon turned into a viral meme. Today, the women having a ball while chewing on healthy greens get new quirks in an upcoming adaptation for the stage.
The Dyke March website promised me giant dyke puppets and a swimming pool full of naked ladies carried by other naked ladies, but I only saw slow-walking women in tank tops and shorts, holding hands. But seeing so many women coming together gave me a...