Womens History Month
'I’d Rather Be Beautiful Than Male': Remembering the Radical Art of Mark Aguhar
Transfeminine Filipinx multidisciplinary artist Mark Aguhar, who died six years ago this week, left a legacy that continues to teach us about the power of everyday expression as a tool for self-preservation.
Photos from the World’s Largest Collection of Female Artists Go on Display in London
Works borrowed from the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington hits the Whitechapel Gallery.
How the Patriarchy Stole Friday the 13th from Women and Made It Evil
“Before patriarchal times, Friday the 13th was considered the day of the Goddess. It was considered a day to worship the Divine Feminine that lives in us all and to honor the cycles of creation and death and rebirth.”
Take a Glimpse Into the World of Women’s Beauty Rituals
The ladies in Sarah Tanat-Jones’ illustrations are getting ready to go out and be fabulous.
Consumers Want Their Food Packaging to Be Sexist
Buyers don't want packaged food that conflicts with their preconceived notions that junk food is manly and health food is girly, a new study shows.
Designer Rad Hourani Is Breaking Down the Gender Binary with Unisex Garments
I called up designer Rad Hourani to discuss fast fashion, the importance of couture, and the future of unisex clothing.
The No Photos Issue
Charlotte Delarue Is The Feminine Ideal...
The French edition of Vice shares an office with a “creative company” called Surface to Air. One good thing about them is that they employ the most beautiful, feminine creature ever to walk the earth.
The Lies Issue
One Kiss Can Lead To Another is the coolest box set ever. It contains four discs of the best in girl-group music. Not a bunch of stuff you’ve heard a thousand times either. This is deep, deep collector shit.