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Abby Maslin’s Personal Tragedy Turned Her Marriage into a Mission

In 2012, Abby Maslin’s husband was randomly assaulted with a baseball bat after a night out with friends.

The Forgotten History of the Women Who Shaped Modern Advertising

It’s easy to dismiss advertising as an anti-feminist industry.

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: JetBlue Pilots Drugged and Raped Female Crew Members

The three crew members are reportedly suing JetBlue for not taking action.

Piece of Cake: Helen Oyeyemi’s “Gingerbread” Is a Delightful Feast

Helen Oyeyemi’s new novel, Gingerbread, takes on the deeper question behind Hansel and Gretel’s story.

Here For a Black Planet: Solange’s new album sparks nostalgia for a pioneering social-media platform

Solange’s partnership with BlackPlanet feels like its own homecoming.

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: The Rise of White Supremacist Terrorism

Meanwhile, Trump is still yelling about the wall.

Suffragette City: The Reluctant, History-Making story of Wyoming’s Esther Morris

“Although I have often regretted I was not better qualified to fill the position,” she wrote, “like all pioneers, I have labored in faith and hope.”

The Art of Dying: Death Doula Marne Lucas Is Changing Our End-Of-Life Aesthetics

End-of-life doulas explain to families what death is going to look and sound like. 

The History of Manless Climbing

What does true gender equality look like in the climbing world?

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: Women in Economics Need #MeToo

Female economists are demanding change.

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