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Iced Out: Blair Braverman on Gender, Trauma, and the Dual Realities of Life in the Arctic

When I began reading Blair Braverman’s memoir, Welcome to the Goddamn Ice Cube, I knew I would love it because it chronicled her life as a dog musher and her adventures in the Arctic. Read more »

Multi-Hyphenate Healer Dori Midnight on Magic for the Resistance

“We need to back up our spells and visions for justice with action, divestments, donations, solidarity work, and liberatory practices.” Read more »

Rebecca Artemisa Blends Magic into Resistance

Rebecca Artemisa’s beliefs in heritage, self-care, and dialogue between human and nature offer a sense of both tradition and possibility. Read more »

The Complexities of Cure Culture : An Interview with Eli Clare on Cure, Diagnosis, and a Crip Writing Practice

I want us to turn our backs on normal. I want us to build and practice a body politics that is as complicated and contradictory as our body-minds. Otherwise we will never find liberation. Read more »

Gathering Star Power with Astrologer Chani Nicholas

Chani Nicholas’s aim is to bring practical astrology into everyday life—including political life. Read more »

Future Imperfect: Madame Clairevoyant on Astrology in the Age of Trump

“We can imagine bigger and better things for our world, and I want us not to lose sight of that as things get sadder and stranger.” Read more »

“I Would Rather Be Loud Than Quiet”: Anna Holmes on Navigating Sexism and Racism in Media

The newest co-host of the “About Race” podcast discusses navigating workplace patriarchy.  Read more »

You Should Never Have to Apologize for Getting an Abortion

NARAL President Ilyse Hogue talks about fighting shame and fear around abortion in the era of Trump.  Read more »

Genre Trouble: Laura Albert on JT LeRoy, Fame, Gender, and Literary Exploitation

In our society, both artwork and artist become commodities in the marketplace. Read more »

I Talked With One of America’s Only Female Sushi Chefs

There’s a strong taboo against women becoming sushi chefs. But that didn’t stop Mikiko Ando.  Read more »

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