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What Happens to Queer People Who Don’t Have a Chosen Family?

“I guess it’s felt like queerness alone isn’t enough of a glue.”

Unshakeable Shame: No One Can Escape the Wedding Industry’s Fatphobia

There’s power to be found when brides refuse the industry its thinness obsession and shape the day on their own terms.  Read more »

From Online Discourse to IRL: 4 Bisexual People Define Bisexuality for Themselves

Bitch is lucky to have multiple bisexual employees, so we’re using this roundtable to parse out our own experiences as bisexuals. Read more »

#SafeOutside: The Rise of a #MeToo Movement Outdoors

The fear of another person in the outdoors versus the fear of animals, weather conditions, or getting lost is something that is increasingly felt by women. Read more »

Redefining Limitations: Disabled Athletes Are Adaptive, Resilient, and Still Locked Out

Disability spans all other identities, but it remains a mostly untouched market for companies that cater to the outdoors industry. Read more »

Jennelle Eliana Is Changing the #VanLife Movement

I felt like my family and I could go anywhere in our van. White supremacy complicated that freedom, but it didn’t take it away completely. Read more »

Popaganda: Stovetop Social Justice

The Los Angeles-based organization Miry’s List has been supporting thousands of individuals and hundreds of families resettling as refugees in the United States since 2016.   Read more »

You Can’t Be an Ink Master If You Only Tattoo White Skin

A tattoo artist isn’t a master of the art if they can only tattoo white people. Read more »

A Pleasure to Burn: One Family’s Hot-Sauce Heirloom

In my family, harming yourself is unholy, unless that harm is eyes watering from tasting hot sauce. Read more »

Nude Awakening: Can the Nudist Movement Get Its Groove Back?

There’s a lot more to the nudist/naturist lifestyle than can be summed up with cute cracks about tan lines and adipose folds. Read more »

Two Moms Share Stories of Migration and Breastfeeding

What is it like to breastfeed while in immigrant detention? Read more »

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Target Market: Black Women with Guns: Frontier Feminists or Insurrectionists?

The guns Black women carry are symbols of their abilities to be both frontierwomen and nurturing warrior mothers birthing a new generation of revolutionaries. Read more »