In 'Shrill', Black Characters Are More Than Vehicles for White Stories
The Hulu series doesn't apologize to white people, and that's important.
How to Write a Best-Selling Feminist Book
With all these empowering books on the literary market, two millennial girl bosses are sharing their guide to bringing modern feminism to the masses.
Police Treat People With a Mental Illness Better if They're White
When it comes to mental health and police violence, the color of your skin makes a huge difference.
Sad Girls y Qué Are Breaking Down Machismo with Internet Art
Sad Girls y Qué are a glittery, girl power gang based out of Tijuana who use art to retaliate against the machismo culture prevalent in Mexico and the world at large, and reappropriate the girly "feminine" aesthetic and put it in an aggressive and...