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"Rat Queens" and the Power of Female Friendship

The heart of Image comics series "Rat Queens" is a love between messy, complicated outcasts.

Beyonce's "Formation" Is a Celebration of Unapologetic Blackness

Make no mistake about it, Beyoncé's video for her new single, “Formation,” is both an homage to Blackness and a merciless indictment of systemic racism and its codependent partner, white supremacy. The song and video are a scathing visual response to #AllLivesMatter.

On Our Radar: Feminist News Roundup

Today we're reading about Samantha Bee, the Zika virus, and the NH primary.

You Can Be a Feminist and Not Support Hillary Clinton

Regardless of what Madeleine Albright and Gloria Steinem said, there's many legitimate reasons for women to decide not to vote for Hillary Clinton. The exciting thing in this election is that we *have* a choice. 

Five Ways Sexism Colors Public Perception of Hillary Clinton

Ah, yes, the hairstyle jokes. 

It's Our 20th Anniversary, So We Made These Buttons to Celebrate!

We've got three reasons why our February subscription push is going to feel like a party.

Hey NRA! Stop Using Sexual Assault As a Way to Push Guns on Campus

Just say no to using women’s bodies to sell legislation that supports violence.

On Our Radar: Feminist News Roundup

Today we're reading a treasure trove of Beyoncé think-pieces, plus thoughts on Misty Copeland.

Which Companies Got Called Out for Sexist Super Bowl Ads?

From Snickers to Hyundai, some ads fell flat for feminist Super Bowl viewers. 

You Shared, We Listened: What We Learned From Our Audience Survey

Thousands of folks weighed in, and we’ve got more than a few things to share with you that we find fascinating. 

New Music Monday: Laura Jean Anderson

The singer-songwriter's debut EP sounds like "one glimmer of hope" in the midst of depression. 

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