Jealousy is such an interesting thing to me. As immediate and intense as it feels when it hits, it has always struck me as a secondary — a smokescreen for something else.
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In today’s news: Disney princesses don’t set a particularly good example for girls. From Kristen Bell’s mouth to your ears.
We will survive this. We will thrive. We have to. The patriarchy will not defeat itself we have to keep burning it down. Here are some ways you can act.
Here's the truth, when a man argues with an umpire it's passion for the sport. When a woman does it, it's a meltdown or PMS or some nonsense. And when a Black woman does it, it's a penalty.
“Chill” is, I think, a coded word that describes an environment where low expectations, low commitment, and zero accountability are considered normal.
Teach your son to become a feminist ally; these are just 3 of my favorite ways. Show him how to leverage his privilege in a patriarchal world.
What does it mean to want this body? What does it mean to fight for this brown, fat feminine body? In this culture, it means revolution.
I told myself I never wanted the highlight of my day to be telling my kid how many rooms I vacuumed.
I quit my job to become a stay-at-home mom. I do not tell my girls how many rooms I vacuumed, but I do tell them about my writing. Am I failing feminism?
When it comes to the work-at-home mom revolution, it’s important to recognize that this set up is not a choice for many mothers, it is a trap.
Can you partake in the beauty industry — makeup, tutorials, magazines, and the oppressive standards they impose — and still feel good about your self-worth?