With expert reporters and a commitment to analysis over hot takes, DAME provides critical context around the political, cultural, and societal issues of our time. Independent, women-owned and women edited, DAME breaks through conventional narratives to deliver the insight readers need to understand today’s complex cultural landscape.
- The Future of Work Is Already Here
- Don’t Tell Teresa Tomlinson She Can’t Win
- Sarah Riggs Amico Wants to Restore ‘Dignity’ to Congress
The Women’s Media Center produces original articles—reports and commentaries—on important issues by a diverse group of women journalists and experts. Our News & Features articles provide progressive women’s perspectives on both headline stories and events and trends ignored or misrepresented in the mainstream media, including feminist analysis of news events; stories that examine the media’s treatment of women; stories about women in the media industry; and coverage of issues of concern to women in areas such as economic justice, racial justice, politics, human and civil rights, reproductive rights, women in media and women as leaders.
- It’s National Girls and Women in Sports Day: We want equal pay
- In new program, Patrisse Cullors will help artists find “the language of protest”
- The Black Census is the largest survey of Black people conducted in the U.S. since Reconstruction
Through original reporting, sharp analysis, and visual storytelling, CityLab informs and inspires the people who are creating the cities of the future—and those who want to live there.
- A Yellow House, a Native Heart: Life in New Orleans and Los Angeles
- I Found My L.A. Self at an LGBTQ+ Cafe
Ms. was the first national magazine to make feminist voices audible, feminist journalism tenable, and a feminist worldview available to the public. Today, the magazine remains an interactive enterprise in which an unusually diverse readership is simultaneously engaged with each other and the world.
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Argot is a nascent online publication dedicated to creative writing, smart analysis and art across mediums. Utilizing a mix of art, creative writing, and cultural and political reporting, we hope to become a strong platform for intellectual and creative stimulation.
- Now, More Than Ever, Identity Politics Matter
- Glass Ceilings and Shattered Dreams
- I Want This For Hillary / I Want This For All Of Us
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- Zine Supreme (interviews)
She Wins, We Win was a campaign of the Feminist Majority to elect Hillary Clinton president in 2016.
- 7 Ways Donald Trump Showed Us His Sexism at the Second Presidential Debate
- Hillary Clinton is Running the Most Diverse Campaign, and That Matters
- When She Wins, We Win – These Excerpts from Hillary Clinton’s New York Daily News Interview Are Proof
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Run by a dedicated team of indentured masochists, Autostraddle is an intelligent, hilarious and provocative voice and a progressively feminist online community for a new generation of kickass lesbian, bisexual and otherwise inclined ladies (and their friends).
- I’m Not Broke As F*ck Anymore, Does This Mean I Made It
- Nicki Minaj’s Feminism Isn’t About Your Comfort Zone
- Why Lady Gaga and I Are Never, Ever, Ever Getting Back Together
- This Is How We Shatter Rape Culture
- Yoko Ono’s “Acorn” Can Help You Help Yourself
- You Don’t Have To Come Out On Thanksgiving
- Frank Ocean’s “Channel Orange” Is Perfect: The Autostraddle Review
- Ten(ish) Questions with Eileen Myles
Regulars and Columns:
- Wild Child West (cross-country mini-series)
- Rebel Girls (women’s studies 101 series)
- Idol Worship (interviews and devotionals)
- Also.Also.Also / Sunday Funday (short-form news round-ups)
Everyday Feminism seeks to support caring individuals and communities who see every person, including ourselves, as full human beings who deserve to be free to pursue our own happiness and meaning in life. Together we can free ourselves to be who we are, love who we love and live in peace. This is our dream.
- Hey, ‘Identity Politics’ Critics: Women and People of Color Need Economic Justice, Too
- How Donald Trump’s Election Reveals the Danger of White Male Fragility
- A Reclamation of Our Personal Rights as Working-Class Queer Women
The Feminist Newswire, made possible by the Feminist Majority Foundation, has provided a daily feminist perspective on national, global and campus news stories since 1995.
- Former Virginia Governor and First Lady Found Guilty on 14 Charges in Corruption Case
- New York Senate Passes Three Planks of Women’s Equality Act, Defying Advocates for the Comprehensive Package
- Texas Hospitals Revoke Admitting Privileges to Abortion Providers
- Activist Monica Jones Found Guilty of “Walking While Trans”
- Philippines Supreme Court Upholds Law Promoting Reproductive Health Access
- Tennessee Legislature Approves Measure Criminalizing Pregnant Women
Traditional media has failed to engage, inform, and inspire us. We want to be part of the solution. We are produced by our generation, for our generation. Guaranteed.
- Rape Prevention: 11 Million Students Becoming Allies in the Fight to End Sexual Assault
- 5 Reasons Why Eminem Will Never Be My Icon
- Without the Feminist Movement, Feminist Laws Wouldn’t Be On the Political Radar
The Where is Your Line? group blog launched in June 2009 as a space to dig into the issues of sexual consent, rape culture, pop-culture, sexism, feminism and activism.
- Emily Lindin of the UnSlut Project: Badass Activist Friday
- How Far Will They Go To Sustain a Rape Culture? A Violent World Responds to Zerlina Maxwell
- The Rihanna and Chris Brown Roundup
SPARK is a girl-fueled, intergenerational activist organization working online to ignite an anti-racist gender justice movement.
- Haters: A Field Guide
- How Facebook Blocked Me From My Own Account For Being at Slutwalk 12 Months Ago
- “Hey Shorty!” is a Tall Lesson on Street Harrasment
- 11 Ways To Build A Formidable Business—That Also Reflects Your Values (Girlboss)
- Short Takes on The Destruction of Hillary Clinton—Taking the Bait: Our Furious and Frustrating Existence (Signs)
- I Didn’t Always Know I Was Gay (BuzzFeed)
- The White Guy Asking White Guys Not to Run for Office (MEL)
- Artists Sew A Giant Quilt Memorial for Survivors of Sexual Violence (BITCH Media)
- The feminist resistance is far from over (GrokNation)
- 3 Feminist Writers I Look To For Real Talk (Nat.Brut)
- Mabel Hampton is Gay History (ElixHER)
- A Week of Action at American University: No Room for Rape Apologists (Feministing)