On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: Research Proves Weight Loss is a Myth

Everything we know about weight loss is wrong — and it’s killing us.

White Whine: The Past that Incels Long For Never Existed

The men who romanticize a period of time in which women and people of color were kept “in their place” have been raised by those who enjoyed the privileges of whiteness. Read more »

Voiceless Again: FOSTA/SESTA and Online Censorship In the Age of #MeToo

The new law isolates sex workers who depend on online forums for advice, safety information, and community. Read more »

Don't Get Comfortable: Culture-jamming Cardi B and "Bodak Yellow"

A liberatory reading of “Bodak Yellow” as an anthem of anticapitalist femme revolution Read more »

Right to Work: Sex Workers in India Organize to Fight Discrimination

In Songachi, one of Asia’s largest red-light districts, sex workers have been fighting for the rights of their community—as well those of sex workers across India—for several years. Read more »

"No More Heroes": Jordan Flaherty’s New Book Excavates the Deep Roots of the White Savior Industrial Complex

Our capitalist system supports and rewards saviorism, which we can help uproot by supporting movements led by the people most impacted by the issues being addressed. Read more »

Poll Position: 9 Statewide Ballot Measures You Should Know About This November

A look at statewide measures across the country can be an illuminating glimpse into the future. Read more »

Anne Elizabeth Moore's "Threadbare" Unravels the Many Consequences of Fast Fashion

Threadbare is an ambitious, eye-opening, muckraking investigation into the “fast fashion” industry. Read more »

On "The Bachelor," Women Labor for Love—But Don’t Dare Call it Sex Work

Women are expected to perform a tightrope walk between sexy and chaste.  Read more »

Digital Crackdowns on the Sex Trade Can Put Sex Workers at Risk

Raiding sex worker websites may look good for law enforcement—but it can push sex workers further underground. Heavy-handed online surveillance measures also push bonafide trafficking victims further from our view, making it more difficult for them to be identified and assisted. Read more »

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