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The Queer Femme Fight Club Channeling Rage Through Wrestling

If you've had a lot of anger recently and nowhere to put it, Femme Feral could be the wrestling club for you.
Zing Tsjeng
Jade Jackman
1.29.18
Art
Art

What It's Like to Be Hit on By a Pick-Up Artist

Artist Angela Washko took a deep dive into the pick-up artist community to create an immersive video game that allows its players to interact with "seduction gurus"—from a safe distance.
Gabby Bess
1.19.18
activism
activism

Young Activists Who Made History This Year

2017 may have been a horrible year, but these are a few of the people who worked tirelessly to make it better.
Zing Tsjeng
12.27.17
Books
Books

Five Under-the-Radar Feminist Books You Need to Read

From consent culture to sisterly advice, a short list of 2017 releases you won't want to miss.
Sarah Burke
12.18.17
You Know Who Rules?
You Know Who Rules?

A Women's Strike Organizer on Feminism for the 99 Percent

"Women are the owners of the factories of humanity: We just need to raise awareness to take over our own power," says feminist labor organizer, activist, and professor Cecilia Palmeiro.
Linda Yang
12.11.17
activism
activism

The Masked Feminist Brigade Vandalizing Misogynistic Ads

In Paris, anonymous activists meet regularly to deface sexist billboards. We joined the group on one of their patrols.
Bérengère Sim
12.11.17
feminism
feminism

What the Failures of a Feminist Bookstore Can Teach Us About Intersectionality

Brooklyn's now defunct Troll Hole was a zine and sex shop located in the corner of a busy laundromat. But it rarely attracted the women washing their clothes on the other side of its glittery, purple curtain.
Gabrielle Bruney
11.30.17
death
death

The Women Who Want Their Corpses to Feed The Earth After They Die

Women have long been leaders in the death industry, but in recent years they have also pushed the industry to look to alternative burial practices.
Adina Solomon
11.1.17
The Craft
The Craft

Boring Sarah Is the True Villain of 'The Craft'

"The Craft" is a story about a trio of chill and fun witches who are minding their own business and casting spells, only to have their fun ruined by an anti-feminist wet blanket.
Alana Massey
10.31.17
feminism
feminism

University Announces Feminism Conference Featuring 11 Men and One Woman

"What's next? A conference on racism with only white people?"
Sirin Kale
10.4.17
tv
tv

Megyn Kelly's Horrible Show Is Perversely Gratifying to Watch

The tone-deaf gaffes and unrelenting chaos on 'Megyn Kelly Today,' coupled with the host's history of racist, anti-women rhetoric, will likely secure the show's destiny as a camp classic.
Judy Berman
10.3.17
occult
occult

How the Socialist Feminists of WITCH Use Magic to Fight Capitalism

The first incarnation of WITCH performed their inaugural action—a hex on Wall Street—on Halloween in 1968. Now a new generation of witches is taking up the mantle from the infamous provocateurs.
Gabby Bess
10.2.17