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Backtalk: The Hideous Man Who Became President

This week, Dahlia and Amy discuss E. Jean Carroll’s cover story for New York magazine about all of the hideous men from her life. Through her piercing and frank prose, Carroll shares an account of sexual assault at the small hands of Trump. How will this latest accusation against Trump affect his presidency—if at all? In our latest “frivolous” argument, Amy and Dahlia...

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: Woman Arrested for Death of Fetus after Being Shot in the Stomach

Sweeping abortion bans are already harming the most marginalized among us: poor, Black women.

Culinary Poet: For Chef Miranti, Unapologetic Feasting Is a Gift and a Goal

“Our biggest issue in America is the fact that people have a very toxic relationship with food.”

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: What Chernobyl Can Teach Us about Climate Change

“We embraced government lies then for the same reason many do now — because the threat was subtle, and the truth costly.”

A Queerer World: 2019 Is the Year of the LGBTQ YA Novel

This year, LGBTQ young adult novels have finally diversified the queer experience.

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: The Gentrification of Queerness

We cannot forget our roots.

Model Sawyer Devuyst Kicks Sand on Myths About Beach Season

There’s nothing wrong with my body being a trans body.

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: Why Weren’t E. Jean Caroll’s Trump Allegations Front-Page News?

“The muted reaction from the press was a reminder that Trump remains untouchable.”

Targeting the Opposition: The Long, Troubling History of Cops at Pride Parades

Pride started in the late 1950s as a series of riots and protests against police officers.

Finding Power: In Netflix’s “Trinkets,” Young Women Steal Their Way to Autonomy

The young women of Netflix’s “Trinkets” break laws, but build each other.