Election 2016

10 Ideas for Election Self-Care

Breathe in. Breathe out. The election is almost over. Read more »

“He’s a Bully, a Salesman, Selling Fear and Hate”: Singer Lila Downs Releases an Anti-Trump Anthem

“The Demagogue” is part of a project by Artists for a Trump-free America to create and publish anti-Trump songs.  Read more »

Wonder Woman in the Time of Hillary Clinton

The UN appointed Wonder Woman as an honorary ambassador, sparking a petition that says an American superhero is not a good choice for promoting global empowerment.  Read more »

The Political Power of Telling Abortion Stories

It’s always easy to take people’s rights away if you demonize them and take them out of the conversation, says Renee Bracey Sherman. Read more »

High School Hillary: A Satirical Lifetime Series Imagines Hillary Clinton Running for High School Class President

The Young Hillary Diaries takes actual election garbage conspiracies and controversies and transports them back in time to where they belong: in a high school hallway in 1964. Read more »

Backtalk: Trump's Terribleness and Feminist Horror Films

A true Halloween horror show! We discuss the horrors of Donald Trump and how traumatic it is for many women to read every day about news of his history of sexual assault and harassment. Then, we talk with resident horror film buff Dahlia Grossman-Heinze about recommendations from our... Read more »

Trump's Description of Abortion is Totally Incorrect

The most egregious moment of this week’s debate? Trump’s incendiary ideas about abortion.  Read more »

What just happened?: "Such a nasty woman."

Here’s everything you need to know about the final U.S. presidential debate. Read more »

Whoever Wins California's Senate Seat, It'll Be a Historic Vote

While Senate is very white, two women of color are in a runoff for California’s Senate seat.  Read more »

Donald Trump Is Deplorable, Racist, and Islamophobic: But Please Don't Call Him "Crazy"

By labeling Trump’s behaviors as “mental illness,” people aren’t just engaging in casual hyperbole, they’re repeating terms they hear used as epithets. And that hurts, for people who deal with mental illness. Read more »

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