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(B)logging Off : Feministing Forever

9/12 | After 15 incredible years, Feministing is shutting down. From the bottom of our hearts, thank you to the readers who joined us for this (...)

What Backlash Against “Political Correctness” is Really About

21/02 | The last few weeks have seen Virginia racked by government scandals, including Democratic Gov. Ralph Northam and Attorney General Mark (...)

Abortion Access Improves Children’s Lives

4/02 | Last month marked the 46th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the landmark Supreme Court decision that affirmed the constitutional right to (...)

I Asked the Department of Education to Fight for Black Girls. They Ignored (...)

14/01 | Walking down the hallway at school, an administrator stopped me in my tracks. I felt her eyes glare from the top of my head, past my (...)

The human rights of marginalized groups are more than just “identity politics”

28/12 | Last month, Senator Bernie Sanders spoke in a notably all-white panel at a Sanders Institute conference, and reiterated a frequent (...)

Why Should Feminists Be Against the Sex Offender Registry ?

21/12 | In October, the Supreme Court heard a case that was painfully ironic, considering the Kavanaugh hearings the nation had just been (...)

Ohio isn’t an anomaly—the anti-choice movement is about punishment

28/11 | Earlier this month, the Ohio state House passed a bill that would ban abortion with virtually zero exceptions when the fetus develops a (...)

Proposed Title IX Changes Favor Accused Rapists and Harm Survivors

26/11 | Last week, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos released long-awaited proposed Title IX policy changes. The policy proposals came after more (...)

How the Senate’s Structure Upholds White Male Dominance

16/11 | In last week’s midterm elections, Democratic and progressive political candidates flipped red House districts, key state legislative (...)

Let’s channel the power of #MeToo to the polls today

6/11 | The past year has seen mounting consciousness of issues of violence, harassment and targeted abuse of women due to the #MeToo movement, (...)


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Resisting Homophobia in Ghana : a Queer & Feminist Strategy

  11/05 | On 17 May, the International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia (IDAHOT), join AWID’s global feminist community in a live (...)

What’s Current : Female athletes told to ‘be quiet’ about Laurel Hubbard, set to be first male (...)

7/05 | What’s Current is Feminist Current’s daily news roundup. The post What’s Current: Female athletes told to ‘be quiet’ about Laurel Hubbard, (...)

No Borders, No Walls : Feminists for Abolition

7/05 | The resources shared below are based on a virtual conversation convened by AWID titled No Borders, No Walls: Feminists for Abolition on (...)

What’s Current : Trans weightlifter Laurel Hubbard set to become first male to compete in (...)

6/05 | What's Current is Feminist Current's daily news roundup. The post What’s Current: Trans weightlifter Laurel Hubbard set to (...)

What’s Current : Sweden ends use of puberty blockers for children under 16

5/05 | What's Current is Feminist Current's daily news roundup. The post What’s Current: Sweden ends use of puberty blockers for (...)

‘No conflict, they said’ — An interview with Holly-Lawford Smith

5/05 | Genevieve Gluck speaks with Holly Lawford-Smith about her new website, No Conflict They Said, which aims to compile stories from women (...)
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