Turning Fury Into Fuel: Three Women Authors on Publishing’s New Investment in Anger

Infiltrating the toxic architecture, learning and exposing its mechanics, cutting the wires, and burning it all down is my type of Trojan Horse chess play—being strategic and precise, turning fury into fortitude.

Breaking the Covenant: What Does Solidarity Look Like for Sexual-Assault Survivors?

Women who publicly support men who abuse and violate women are communicating that your pain does not matter. Read more »

Hell Hath No Fury: The Importance of Black Women’s Rage in Music

Black women’s screams are often purposefully ignored, but channeling that anger in music forces people to pay attention. Read more »

Eloquent Rage: How Brittney Cooper Created a Black Feminist Manifesto

When Dr. Brittney Cooper speaks, the world stops to listen. Read more »

Half the Battle: Linda Hirshman on the Women Who Made Sexual-Harassment Law Possible

“No social movement succeeds without coming to the anger place at some point.” Read more »

Naming the Problem: Rebecca Solnit on Activism, Outrage, and a Way Forward

If there’s less violence against women, we have less to be angry about. Read more »

Political Revisioning: How Men Police Women’s Anger in Writing Workshops

Our bodies and the way we are visibly coded determines if our anger can be “justified” in the eyes of the viewer. Read more »

It’s Time to Embrace Feminism’s Anger

“Feminism” is Merriam-Webster’s Word of the Year, but “anger” should be in there too. Read more »