On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: The Making of "Vida's" Radical Sex Scene

“It’s a radical act to put two brown bodies on the screen already, but to put two queer bodies having queer sex like this is a political act,” creator and showrunner Tanya Sarach said.

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: Henrietta Lacks is Finally in the National Portrait Gallery

Despite her substantial contribution to modern medicine, Lacks was never compensated or given credit. Read more »

Big Time: Julie Murphy’s Quest To Humanize Fat Girls

Puddin’ takes readers back to the small town made famous in Dumplin’. Read more »

BitchReads: 19 Books Feminists Should Read In May

Does it get any better than Zora Neale Hurston? Read more »

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: California might ban conversion therapy

The bill is headed to the state Senate. Read more »

Dear Oscars: Inclusion Is the Name of the Game

Ninety years after the first Academy Awards, Hollywood is still celebrating firsts. Read more »

Ask Auntie Randa: on "The Simpsons" and handling your family's fatphobia

Auntie Randa’s take on The Simpsons as refugees and confronting your family’s fatphobia. Read more »

PREMIERE: “Skinny” Shines a Necessary Light on Eating Disorder Recovery

Corina Corina is using music to offer an intimate look at eating-disorder recovery. Read more »

Liberating Desire: It's Time to Shift Your Fantasies

Our liberation and fantasies are intricately connected. Read more »

Starved for Sainthood: The Divine Hunger of Catherine of Siena

When 33-year-old Catherine Benincasa lay dying of starvation, her final words were of triumph; she had done this to herself, on purpose, for God. Read more »

No Ordinary Love: Sonya Renee Taylor Wants You To Stop Apologizing For Your Body

Radical self-love is inherently interdependent and immovable. It just is. Read more »

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