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"Sanctuary of the Psychic Life": Why poetry matters in the Trump Era

Given the D-list lineup Trump’s team managed to pull together, it’s easy to see why many people believed our 45th president would choose to mark his entry into the highest office in the land with the help of some random dude on the internet.

Musicians <3 Planned Parenthood

New attacks on women's health have spurred musicians to support Planned Parenthood in some pretty inventive ways.

BitchTapes: Resist & Recuperate

Whether you're in the mood to curl up in a ball this weekend or take to the streets, we have a mix for you in this week's BitchTapes. 

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: Loretta Ross. Washington March. Enough said.

Today we're reading about Loretta Ross, protecting our families against Trump, and what collective resistance looks like.

10 Things To Do on Friday Instead of Watching the Inauguration

Tomorrow's inauguration of Donald Trump already stands to be one of history's colossal duds. Make it better by doing one small thing: Not paying attention.

Popaganda: Laughing at Tyrants

Donald Trump hates it when you laugh at him. 

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: Headed to D.C.

Today we're reading about Rep. Maxine Waters, art, and the March.

Walk This Way: Some Things To Know Before You March This Weekend

This Saturday, women will march in more than 400 cities around the globe—not just in protest of Fuckface Von Clownstick, but in support of a global agenda of equality and change.

Full Spectrum: Artist Meital Yaniv on Carving a Path Out of Trauma

"If you believe that your life is worth more than others, you can justify many actions through that belief/narrative, and our history and unfortunately our present is full of horrific examples."

Remarkable Acts: Han Kang's latest novel pays tribute to those killed in the Gwangju Uprising

Throughout the book, Han raises the question of what it is that allows groups of people to commit such remarkable acts—both of violence and of bravery. 

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