Happy Super Bowl/Beyonce Day!
A teacher asks her high school students to make a list of their favorite feminist celebrities.
A new study finds 35% of straight women, 43.8% of lesbian women, and 61.1% of bisexual women have experienced rape, physical violence, or stalking by a partner at some point in their lives.
Many women are returning to Somalia to help rebuild the country.
Men should not be allowed to write celebrity profiles of women until they prove they can do a better job.
Why is it so rare for a wife to be taller than her husband?
The first lingerie line designed for, and by, transgender women looks very nice.
On being fat-shamed by the ob/gyn.
The FDA says it’s fine for a Pennsylvania college to continue dispensing emergency contraception through a vending machine. Other colleges, take note.
Malala Yousafzai is preparing for her final surgeries.
Monica Roberts on why she can’t stand RuPaul.
For every woman who used a gun in self-defense, 83 women were killed by an intimate partner.
“The right way for a white girl to be angry is to turn her anger inwards.”
“If you want to take gender studies, that’s fine, go to a private school and take it. But I don’t want to subsidize that if that’s not going to get someone a job.”
Activists are pushing to create a mandatory sex education curriculum in Indonesia.
What have you been reading/writing/watching/learning this week?