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On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: Super Tuesday

More than a third of all delegates for the Democratic National Convention are up for grabs on this one day.

Nama-Slay: For Black, Southern Women, Practicing Mindfulness Offers Escape

What happens when you turn to spaces that are supposed to be built for healing, only to find yourself an outsider?

Consent, Assault, and Harvey Weinstein’s Walker

Disabled folk are as necessary to the dialogue around bodily autonomy as anyone else, and society needs to evaluate its continuous stereotypes of people with disabilities that prohibit us from being seen—fully.

World on Fire: You Can Value Healthcare and Climate Change at the Same Time

It’s so easy to see climate change as a separate issue, especially when activists have painted it as such in the past. But we do not live apart from our environment.

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: Where Is Li Shang?

General Li Shang wasn’t just a key character in the animated film, he also stole our hearts with his good looks, catchy song, and status as a bisexual icon.

Popaganda: How to Lipstick It to the Man

Lipstick Lobby burst onto the scene in 2017 with a unique mission: to manufacture lipsticks that looked good and do good, too.

“Love Is Blind” Shows There’s No Bisexual Boom for Black Men

Televison’s “bisexual boom” hasn’t yet reached Black men.

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: Midwives, Doulas, and Ending Black Maternal Mortality

Plenty of families choose to work with midwives and doulas and research indicates that this can contribute to better health outcomes for black birthing people and their babies.

Unpopular Demand: Sex Work, the Supreme Court, and a Contentious Anti-Prostitution Pledge

The federal policy known as PEPFAR effectively guarantees harm to the people it claims to protect.

Women in Dancehall Turn up for Pleasure Parity

Though dancehall has long been considered a platform for both men and women to unapologetically express their sexual prowess, the genre also has its limitations.