If the Resistance Fits: On Marketplace Feminsim, Representation, and NYFW

Resistance is au courant, and don’t think designers haven’t noticed.

Reverberations: History and Legacies of Resistance in Black Women’s Music

These acts of transfer, of protesting social conditions and the status quo through music, continue to remain integral to Black women’s survival and protest. Read more »

Popaganda: Who Writes Our History?

History isn't static—it's the stories we tell ourselves about the past. And that story changes depending on who's doing the telling.   Read more »

A Conversation and Constellation for Sandra Bland

The problem with talking about race and racism is that it forces us (white and non-white alike) to recognize our complicity in a far deeper problem. It would mean we are in a shared struggle not just to defeat this administration. In short, it would mean we are in a revolution. Read more »

Hostile Gifts: Valentine’s Day Special Edition!

2017 is a very unique year for hostility, so we decided there was no need to wait for the winter holidays to brainstorm ideas for hostile gifts! Read more »

Punching Up: Only Laughter Can Destroy Trump

An unusual and perfect opportunity to mess with Donald Trump has presented itself. Read more »

Lane Moore Wants You To Feel Good: A Pre–Valentine's Day Chat With the Host of Tinder Live!

"A lot of my jokes could be done by someone of any gender. I’ve never been interested in, like, 'I’m a woman, as you can see, and here are my ladyjokes.'” Read more »

Performance Anxiety: Trump and the Commodification of Dissent in the Tech Industry

Advertising “resistance” as a brand carries a number of advantages: Covering up PR problems, protecting access to talented immigrant workers, and yes, also genuinely wanting to do the right thing. Read more »

Backtalk: Bey's Announcement & Sundance Showdown

Beyoncé news! Yay! White Feminism alarm. Boo!  Read more »

This Land Is Not Your Land: The Privatization of Public Space in the Trump Era

The move to privatize NPS land promises to serve as a way to justify the privatization of other public assets like schools, libraries, water, utilities, and even pensions and healthcare. Read more »

A Square Peg at the Roundtable: On Jessica Williams and Why Black Women are Not Here to Save You

Black women are frequently and unfairly made to be the voices of reason in liberal, predominantly white spaces. Read more »

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Dear Bear: My Partner Makes No Money. Is That a Problem?

Our advice columnist offers a lesson in anticapitalist self-care. Read more »

Ms. Opinionated: I'm a Man. How Can I Help the Feminist Movement?

Welcome to Ms. Opinionated, our weekly advice column dealing with questions of life, love, feminism, and pop culture. This week, a reader writes in... Read more »

Oh Joy Sex Toy: How I Realized I'm Asexual

Artist Kiku H shares her personal experiences learning what it means to be asexual. Read more »

Mad Science: Deconstructing Bunk Reporting in 5 Easy Steps

British scientists have uncovered the truth behind one of modern culture's greatest mysteries: why little girls play with pink toys. Is it because...

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