Body Politic: Marginalization at the Women's March and Beyond

Here's the thing about unity, though: it cannot be demanded. It must be constructed with care.

Follow Women of Color: Lessons from the Women's March on Washington

The rally before the march was packed with incredible speakers—Cecile Richards, Michael Moore, Van Jones, Gloria Steinem—but it was women of color, again and again, who brought the house down with their music and songs, with their words, and with their hearts. Read more »

What Just Happened?: The Women's Marches

While reports of record-breaking attendance will definitely get under our new President's thin skin, what happens next goes well beyond letting Trump know how we feel about him. Read more »

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. Read more »

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. Read more »

Pink Flag: What Message Do "Pussy Hats" Really Send?

Gender essentialism, a belief used to oppress throughout most of human civilization, can’t suddenly be used to support intersectionality. Read more »

10 Ways To Resist Donald Trump: Activists Share Concrete Actions You Can Take Right Now

Don't despair. There are ways to use your power and your voice.  Read more »