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Alynda Segarra of Hurray for the Riff Raff Is Writing A Whole Album About Gentrification

The musician talks about approaching politics, race, and identity in her music. 

Magical Thinking: The Media’s Disturbing Portrayal of Katinka Hosszu’s Relationship with Her Husband and Coach

NBC sports commentators have been criticized for several other gaffes in the past few days that all display a traditional and conservative approach to gender and relationships.

Safe Passage: Access to Abortion in India

By constantly focusing on sex-selective abortions and being careless with language and imagery, Indian media has reinforced existing stigma around abortion in general. 

On Our Radar: Feminist News Roundup

Today we're reading about Angela Davis, paid leave, and Ocean's Eight.

I Want to See the "Ocean's Eight" Cast Burn the World Down, Please

Mindy Kaling and Rihanna starring together in a heist film?! What is this, Christmas? 

Hey Hey! Ho Ho! Where Did Radical Cheerleaders Go?

A brief history of radical cheerleading, which mixes peppy chants with anti-establishment politics. 

Some of Us Are Brave: Agony Auntie

"Because female power is assumed to be beauty, and female beauty is latched tight to youth, our power is believed to fade over time."

On Our Radar: Feminist News Roundup

Today we're reading about FX, proposals, and Black girlhood.

Flamboyant Darkness: Female-Fronted Goth Bands Subvert Gender Norms

One of goth culture’s most important messages is that the feminine is something to be embraced and celebrated.

As They Head to the Olympics, Women's Soccer is Fighting to Win Equal Pay

They're the number one women's soccer team in the world. But their most formidable opponent is the wage gap.