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Audre Lorde Thought of Self-Care as an "Act of Political Warfare."

Self-care can be subversive.

Digital Crackdowns on the Sex Trade Can Put Sex Workers at Risk

Raiding sex worker websites may look good for law enforcement—but it can push sex workers further underground. Heavy-handed online surveillance measures also push bonafide trafficking victims further from our view, making it more difficult for them to be identified and assisted.

The Importance of Expanding Sex-Ed to People with Developmental Disabilities

A long-time sexuality educator discusses the importance of teaching sex-ed to people with developmental disabilities. 

On Our Radar: Feminist News Roundup

Today we're reading about the Harper Lee, art from prison, and women in start-ups.

On Our Radar: Feminist News Roundup

Today we're reading about refugees in Australia, indigenous women in Canada, and women of color on the Supreme Court. 

Craving the Other: One Woman’s Beef with Cultural Appropriation and Cuisine

From our 20th anniversary issue: If a dish hasn’t been eaten or reimagined by a white person, does it really exist?

In Yoga, Carving Out Safe Spaces for Women of Color

The founder of online magazine "Black Girl in Om" talks about the intersection of race and yoga.

On Our Radar: Feminist News Roundup

Today we're reading about Misty Copeland, Alabama Shakes, and transphobia.

Nine Times When TV and Film Characters Got an Abortion—And Their Friends Supported Them

It's rare to see honest depictions of abortions onscreen.

There Was an Anti-Beyoncé Protest in NYC and Only Three People Showed Up

“I was expecting to meet thousands of people,” said a lonely anti-Beyoncé protester.

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