“He Named Me Malala” Looks Just As Wonderful As Expected

Bronwyn Isaac / August 31, 2015

Malala Yousafzai is one of the few strangers with the ability to consistently make me cry. It could be an interview where she calls Obama out about drones, or a quote from her about equal-opportunity education for girls, or even just the passing reflection of her face from a bus or billboard or ghost i… More »


Just Look At This Asshole: Columnist Claims She Gets Rid Of Dogs Once They’re No Longer Cute Puppies — But Is She Lying?

I know Shona Sibary is an asshole. I’m just not entirely sure how big of an asshole she is. More »


Welcome To Hell, Where These Rubber Ducks Scream Into An Eternal Abyss

Megan Reynolds / August 31, 2015

Nightmares, daydreams, it’s all the same shit after a while, isn’t it? More »


100 Years Of Magazine Covers: An Exploration Of The Virgin-Whore Complex

Bronwyn Isaac / August 31, 2015

Women have come a long way from 100 years ago. It’s no longer rare to see women in diverse positions of leadership spanning from the sciences to politics and the arts; while our world is still one of rampant sexism, our ownership and visibility in the world has been gradually transforming.
But have our evolving… More »


Listen To Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie And Zadie Smith Chat About Race, Feminism & Writing

Megan Reynolds / August 31, 2015

“The women in my world don’t have to wait because they’re women.”… More »


10 Tips For Being A Better Girl Friend And Ally

Tiffanie Drayton / August 31, 2015

Last week, in an interview with The New York Times, Miley Cyrus dismissed Nicki Minaj’s criticism of racism in the music industry – exemplified by MTV, which denied “Anaconda” a VMA Video of the Year nomination – claiming that Nicki is “not too kind” or “polite” and too “angry.” And then, as I’m sure you’ve watched over and over agai… More »


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