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. Her views, bad jokes and all, are her own. 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: Kayla E. of Nat Brut

Earlier this month, we were excited to see an infographic that connected well-known feminists with those emerging feminists who inspire them. The creators behind that infographic were literary and arts magazine, Nat. Brut.  This week, spoke to Editor-In-Chief Kayla E. to learn more about Nat Brut’s commitment to equality, diversity, and inclusion in literary arts.

Earlier this month, we were excited to see an infographic that connected well-known feminists with those emerging feminists who inspire them. The creators behind that infographic were literary and arts magazine, Nat. ...

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The Today Show literally silences Janelle Monae after her new protest song

As Janelle Monáe finished her performance on The Today Show last week, she gave a short speech directed to White America about police brutality against Black America. Not even halfway through, an anchor cut her off and went to a pretty awkward cut to commercial.

As Janelle Monáe finished her performance on The Today Show last week, she gave a short speech directed to White America about police brutality against Black America. Not even halfway through, an anchor cut her off and ...

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#ILookLikeAnEngineer Secures Billboard Funding

Last week, Isis Wenger wrote about her experience with sexism as a woman tech engineer, particularly the backlash she encountered as the literal face of her company. Thousands of engineers from underrepresented backgrounds were inspired to share their stories with #ILookLikeAnEngineer, and soon, they’ll be on a billboard near you.

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The Feministing Five: San Francisco’s Frida Selfie Party

For this week’s Feministing Five, we headed to San Francisco’s Mission District for the annual Fiestas Fridas #SelFRIDA Challenge. A 21st century commemoration to Frida Kahlo and her incredible self-portraits, folks from across the Bay Area dressed up like Frida and took some great selfies. Frida photos await!

For this week’s Feministing Five, we headed to San Francisco’s Mission District for the annual Fiestas Fridas #SelFRIDA Challenge. A 21st century commemoration to Frida Kahlo and her incredible self-portraits, folks from across the Bay Area ...

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The Feministing Five: Erin Davison-Rippey

In case you missed it, the Supreme Court of Iowa affirmed its support for more accessible abortion through something called telemedicine.  We spoke to Planned Parenthood of the Heartland Public Affairs Director Erin Davison-Rippey to learn more about the ruling, this innovative use of health technology, and where it might go from here.

In case you missed it, the Supreme Court of Iowa affirmed its support for more accessible abortion through something called telemedicine.  We spoke to Planned Parenthood of the Heartland Public Affairs Director Erin Davison-Rippey to learn ...

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