Am I Still a Feminist If I Worked On ‘A Day Without a Woman’?

Does all-or-nothing activism separate women by race, ethnicity, and class? Read more

Patriarchy Started with Adam

Why does Eve take the blame when Adam was right there the whole time? Read more

The Importance of Feminist Men

There are several specific ways that having male allies is helpful in the fight for women’s equality. Read more

‘This is What a Real Culture of Life Looks Like’

REBECCA BRATTEN WEISS, blogger at Suspended in her Jar (Catholic): I am sort of bursting with irritation right now, having seen the rampant misogyny in reactions to the Women’s March, from some unexpected places as well as from the Usual Suspects. This might have something to do with my particular milieu; have you seen much of that? LIBBY ANNE, blogger at Love, Joy, Feminism (atheist): I’ve seen it too, though given my vantage point I’ve actually seen more arguments within the… Read more

What Are We ‘Allowed’ To Speak About?

How can we make ourselves heard when the hairy-chested ones keep grabbing the microphone and telling us to be quiet? The latest from Four Feminisms. Read more

What Next for Feminism?

Feminists from four different world views look at the changed landscape ahead. Read more

Women in Politics and Beyond

Catholic, atheist, and Muslim feminists reflect on their own communities’ responses when women seek leadership roles. Read more

Sexual Assault and ‘The Other Trumps in Our Lives’

‘People are looking at Trump with horror and not connecting the idea that this is exactly how entire communities cover up and overlook sexual violence.’ Read more

Introducing Four Feminisms

A unique conversation among feminists in four different worldviews. Read more