On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: Survivors Standing Together

They were awarded the Arthur Ashe Award for Courage. Read more »

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: #PermitPatty

Mind your own business, Patty. Read more »

Polarizing Science: How Denialism—On Both Sides of the Aisle—Puts the Work of Science In Jeopardy

The more we weaponize science for political points, the more we’ll see a rise in science denialism. Read more »

Black Retribution in Tech: The Audacity to Imagine

“I have cultivated a special relationship with revenge—one that is built on the idea that I and other Black people deserve acknowledgment as creative individuals and equitable access to tools that can nurture our gifts.” Read more »

The Grant Tour: Following the money in science research

Understanding where research comes from and how it’s funded is a big part of thinking critically about science. Read more »

The Lab is Not Neutral: Why We Need Scientific Literacy

Contrary to popular belief, science isn’t performed in a vacuum. Read more »

Meet Your Match: 7 Dating Apps For the LGBTQ and POC Community

These apps have the potential to make dating better than Tinder. Read more »

Intergenerational Trauma: “Black Museum” and The Toll Activism Takes On Black Women

The kinkeeping that women are tasked with is an important part of intergenerational activism. Read more »

Popaganda: Fembots

From Metropolis to Westworld, female robots have always played out complicated power dynamics onscreen. While the term “fembots” conjurs up the image of killer mechanical sex-kittens from Austin Powers, cinematic stories about female robots often deal with much... Read more »

Not All Russians: The Ethics of Internet Bots

Is the #botally community following ethics that lessen harm? Read more »

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