Performance of a Lifetime: On Invisible Illness, Gender, and Disbelief

There’s little room for a patient’s subjective experience in a medical system organized around quantifiable results.

Drawn Out: Invisibility

The Next World Tarot is a visual spectacle of both the battle cry and the reconnection between outcasts and their criminalized identities. Read more »

The Future is Feminist Joy

The H-Spot: The Feminist Pursuit of Happiness reveals the blueprint to happier lives. Read more »

“Crystal Fairy” Delivers the Nightmare You've Been Waiting For

Crystal Fairy is cohesive in its uncompromising aesthetic. Read more »

Lindy West’s Outfit of the Day: Based on an interview with Lindy West

If having done all this work to feel okay in my body, I can do anything to help other people feel okay, that’s really important to me. Read more »

“Semper Femina” is Deeply in Love with All Things Women

Semper Femina, is, perhaps more than anything, the work of a consummate professional. Read more »

“Soft Spots” Gives A Fresh Take on Queer Desire and Visibility

Soft Spots is aptly named, with songs about wounds that have possibly healed and grown stronger, but are still tender to touch. Read more »

“Loud Women” Is a Feminist Rallying Cry for the Marginalized

“Loud Women!” screams “fuck you!” to the toxic, draining, soul-sucking people and institutions that only serve to drag us into darkness. Read more »

“Spill” Maps a Future In Which Black Women Inherit the Universe

Spill invites the reader to join the apocalyptic project of freedom, of refusing the world as we know it and demanding a new one. Read more »

“Whiteout Conditions” Lacks Insight and Relevance

In the dark timeline that we’re currently surviving day to day, any music that doesn’t even briefly allude to current events can feel out of touch. Read more »

Beauty Sick: How the Cultural Obsession with Appearance Hurts Women and Girls

An emphasis on youth, beauty, and looking good is not a new trend in American culture—especially for women and girls. Read more »

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