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Knitting has long been a form of political resistance—but one heavily coded white.
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Step aside, 'Superbad'—McLovin's got nothing on Beanie Feldstein's new high school rager classic.
Netflix's 'Wine Country' Praises Cracking One Open with the Girls
Hold on to your chardonnay, because we're going full Wine Mom.
When a Radically Progressive Christian Feminist Movement Was Sabotaged
In 1993, feminist theologians from all over the globe gathered for a massive conference to bring otherwise niche, academic perspectives to typical churchgoers. Then, the media attacks began.
A New Pop-Up Tries to Make Women's Financial Inequality Instagram-Worthy
Money clips that read “future millionaire” are sold next to earrings that demand we “eat the rich.” Should I be questioning the system, or thriving inside of it? The company doesn’t seem to know the answer.
Twenty Years Later, '10 Things I Hate About You' Is More Relevant Than You'd Expect
Despite its flaws, the film marked a turning point for feminism and female representation in teen rom-coms.
'Farscape' Was Feminist Sci-Fi Before It Was Cool
Twenty years on, the space serial still holds up thanks to its cast of complex, flawed, interesting female characters and its intelligent approach to gender politics.
Muslim Women's Day 2019
The First American Woman Imam Explains the Rise of Islamic Feminism
Since Dr. amina wadud led her first public sermon 25 years ago, Islamic feminism has taken root and sprouted globally.
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100 Ways to Better Support Muslim Women
Don’t ask us why we wear the hijab; don’t ask us why we don’t wear the hijab.
'Shrill' Demands Space for Fat Women
The series teaches us that loving yourself is more than 'accepting' your own body. It’s about claiming your space and your agency.
Activist Blair Imani Stops by 'VICE LIVE' to Discuss Her Book
'Modern HERstory' tells stories of women and nonbinary people rewriting history.
In 'Shrill', Black Characters Are More Than Vehicles for White Stories
The Hulu series doesn't apologize to white people, and that's important.