Suzanna Bobadilla

Suzanna Bobadilla is a writer, activist, and digital strategist. According to legend, she first publicly proclaimed that she was a feminist at the age of nine in her basketball teammate's mini-van. Things have obviously since escalated. After graduating from Harvard in 2013, she became a founding member of Know Your IX's ED ACT NOW. She is curious about the ways feminists continue to use technology to create social change and now lives in San Francisco. She believes that she has the sweetest gig around – asking bad-ass feminists thoughtful questions for the publication that has taught her so much. For those wondering, if she was stranded on a desert island and had to bring one food, one drink, and one feminist, she would bring chicken mole, a margarita, and her momma.

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The Feministing Five: Jessica Ladd

Boss Lady Jessica Ladd is the creator of Callisto, an innovative tool that will assist college sexual assault survivors in recording and reporting their assaults. Jessica, a survivor herself, has built this tool in collaboration with other survivors, and their impact is readily evident in the product itself.

Boss Lady Jessica Ladd is the creator of Callisto, an innovative tool that will assist college sexual assault survivors in recording and reporting their assaults. Jessica, a survivor herself, has built this tool in ...

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The Feministing Five: Naoise Dolan

Earlier this month, we came across Naoise Dolan and her fantastic illustrations that depict many-a-conversation for young feminists. Along with creating this vibrant and witty art, Naoise is currently studying English at Trinity College Dublin. We were so thrilled excited to speak with Naoise to learn more about her, her art, and her feminism.

Earlier this month, we came across Naoise Dolan and her fantastic illustrations that depict many-a-conversation for young feminists. Along with creating this vibrant and witty art, Naoise is currently studying English at Trinity College Dublin. We were so ...

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Feminist New Year’s resolutions for 2015

When I sit down and make my New Year’s resolutions (usually on January 2nd or 3rd, because let’s face it, that’s how life works), it’s impossible to tune out that sneering voice, “Well you’re going to fail anyway, might as well call it as it is.”

When I sit down and make my New Year’s resolutions (usually on January 2nd or 3rd, because let’s face it, that’s how life works), it’s impossible to tune out that sneering voice, “Well you’re going to fail ...

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The Feministing Five: Synead Nichols and Umaara Iynaas Elliot

Last weekend, two young black women activists and artists, Synead Nichols, 23, and Umaara Iynaas Elliot, 19, co-organized New York’s massive Millions March, which was held in response to the recent incidents of racist police violence in both Ferguson and New York.

Last weekend, two young black women activists and artists, Synead Nichols, 23, and Umaara Iynaas Elliot, 19, co-organized New York’s massive Millions March, which was held in response to ...

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The Feministing Five: Tara L. Conley

  As a life-long history nerd, the word “archive” will always cause my ears to perk up. Make that archive a digital repository for online feminism and, well, I’ll pretty much drop everything. Where do I sign up? 

  As a life-long history nerd, the word “archive” will always cause my ears to perk up. Make that archive a digital repository for online feminism and, well, I’ll pretty much drop everything. Where do I sign ...

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The Feministing Five: Elsa S. Henry

Elsa S. Henry is the creator of the fantastic blog “Feminist Sonar,” a feminist scholar, disability rights activist, and burlesque historian. Her writing is sharp and personable as she shares her views on disabled feminism, gaming culture, and beyond. If you haven’t already, bookmark her blog!

Elsa S. Henry is the creator of the fantastic blog “Feminist Sonar,” a feminist scholar, disability rights activist, and burlesque historian. Her writing is sharp and personable as she shares ...

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