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BitchTapes: Beyoncés Precursor To “4:44”

An all-Beyoncé playlist that celebrates her singing about her worth. Read more »

21 Podcasts All Feminists Should Listen To

Podcasts that are worth investing in, especially if you’re a feminist. Read more »

Channeling Audre: Janet Mock Opens Up About Her Memoir, Sex Work, and Being An Icon

Janet Mock is no longer offering a 101 master class on trans identity. Read more »

Roxane Gay’s “Hunger” Will Satiate You: On Fat, Trauma, and the World of Longing

Roxane Gay’s newest work, Hunger, a memoir of her body, is told in her signature style: boldly vulnerable. Read more »

Maxine Waters Won’t Let Up On Trump

Should Trump eventually be convicted of “high crimes and misdemeanors” and ousted from office, it could likely be because of the fearlessness, determination, and hard work of Auntie Maxine. Read more »

BitchReads: 17 Books You Should Read in June

Summer is an ideal time to read a good, engrossing book. Here are Bitch’s picks for June.  Read more »

Fat Girls Deserve Fairytales Too: The Rejection of Tropes in “This Is Just My Face: Try Not To Stare”

Gabourey Sidibe’s debut memoir uses personal experiences to tell fat girls that they deserve happiness. Read more »

The Pleasure Dome: A New Column Will Explore the Intersection of Pleasure and Feminism

We’re going to start learning together. The Pleasure Dome is a space to ask shameless questions, love what we love and explore why, cultivate our interest in radical love and pleasure, and nourish the “yes” in each of us. Read more »

White Supremacy and Dread: "Get Out" Roundtable for Five

A movie in which white people are the scary thing. Read more »

"We write for our community and the people that we love": A Q&A With Brown Girls Creator Fatimah Asghar

Brown Girls is a show we didn’t know we deserved, and it is so necessary to see ourselves reflected back at us, in our messiness, in our richness, in our small funny moments—in our own stories. Read more »

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