Chastity Belt’s Vulnerability is Its Strength

I Used to Spend So Much Time Alone has an undertow of yearning for connection and overcoming the fear of self-exposure.

Palehound Finds Its Queer Voice in “A Place I’ll Always Go”

The album chronicles a turbulent year for Ellen Kempner who found love while in the depths of grieving. Read more »

“Ison” is a Vulnerable Exploration of Sevdaliza’s Womanhood

On ISON, Sevda Alizadeh seamlessly shifts shapes to show us her different sides. Read more »

The “Bitch Doctrine” Is the Uplifting Manifesto We Need

Laurie Penny’s collection of essays explores the uncomfortable corset of the gender binary. Read more »

The Future is Feminist Joy

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

Surviving Patriarchy: “Alias Grace” Navigates the Impact of Sexism

Margaret Atwood’s at it again. Read more »

Same Old West: “Godless” Failed to Deliver a Western About Women

We were lured into a pit of tired and unquestioned Western clichés. Read more »

“New Black Swing” Pulls Back the Curtain on Ending Love

New Black Swing is all about the slow end of a relationship you thought would last forever. Read more »

Ask the Sexpert: Can a Gynecologist’s Advice Column Change Indian Culture?

Obscenity, like beauty, lies in the eye of the beholder Read more »

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

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

Let Freedom Reign: Meet America’s First Feminists

The beginning of the women’s rights movement was not the Seneca Falls Convention in 1848. Read more »

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