Latest Articles

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: Harvey Weinstein Turned Himself in

Harvey Weinstein surrendered to authorities to face sex assault charges in connection with an attack on a student actress.

Backtalk: Racists, Stop Calling The Cops

This week, Dahlia and Amy talk about the spate of incidents of racists calling the police on Black people and POC doing everyday things. When Black and Indigenous people took up space at a Starbucks, enjoyed themselves at a park BBQ, and went on a campus visit at a university, anxious white racists took to dialing 911. This is a case of white supremacy literally policing where non-white people...

Bitch Media Fellowships for Writers

Bitch Media, an independent, nonprofit feminist media organization now in its 22nd year, is pleased to offer the Bitch Media Fellowships for Writers, a series of three-month intensive writing fellowships whose goal is to develop, support, and amplify emerging, diverse voices in feminist, activist, and pop-culture media. The program is directed by Bitch cofounder Andi...

Irish Uprising: A Country's Vote on Abortion Will Change Everything

Ireland is set to hold a referendum on its abortion laws for the first time since 1983.

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: The “Jessica Jones” Cast On Season 2 and #MeToo

The team gathered for a Q+A at Netflix’s FYSEE panel event to discuss the show’s themes of trauma and PTSD, as well as the decision to have season two directed entirely by women.

A New Tail: “Siren” Treads the Muddy Waters of American History

Ryn, Helen, and Donna are challenging Bristol Cove’s violent legacy.

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: Stephanie Beatriz's Bisexual Awakening

She discussed how bisexuality is often portrayed as villainous, her own coming-out process, and what she wants to see in the next season of Brooklyn Nine-Nine.

Polarizing Science: How Denialism—On Both Sides of the Aisle—Puts the Work of Science In Jeopardy

The more we weaponize science for political points, the more we’ll see a rise in science denialism.

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: The Making of “Vida's” Radical Sex Scene

“It’s a radical act to put two brown bodies on the screen already, but to put two queer bodies having queer sex like this is a political act,” creator and showrunner Tanya Sarach said.

No Pregnancy Glow: In “Hard Knock Wife,” Motherhood Isn’t Glamorous

When did the fit, unswollen, unbloated, sexually appealing mom become the standard?

Pages