Feminism is not only a women’s issue, it’s a people’s issue.
While large movements often seem to make the most social progress, perhaps it is the smaller steps that truly make the difference — especially when it comes to feminism.
Inequality is an issue that affects every person on earth and needs to be discussed without the social stigma associated with it.
While being interviewed on the red carpet at the Screen Actors Guild awards in Los Angeles, California on Jan. 18, actress Cate Blanchett stood her ground and called out the GlamCam as it began to scan her Givenchy gown from bottom to top — and rightly so.
Dating is as difficult as ever while people try to find the right mix of feminisim, chivalry, and romance.
Last September, I wrote an article that probably very few people remember. It was about feminism and its flaws. I was just starting to look into the movement in a nuanced way and was struggling with some of what I saw as unacknowledged problems in the feminist world.
First of all, I am a feminist. Now, I'd like to believe that I live in a time and place where a man calling himself a feminist is the norm, but that sadly isn't the case.
The upcoming “One-Queer Show: Challenging the Identity of Woman” at the Refinery is both a personal snapshot of its star and author, Sara Waldbillig and a historical document.
As a feminist who promotes positive sexuality, I have a particular interest in people’s responses to the Lingerie Football League. Most of my female friends are against the league; they feel that it is degrading to women and ridicules female athletes. When I ask my male friends how they feel about the league, the most
Porn and feminism make odd bedfellows. Mention pornography to feminists of previous generations, and they’ll likely shudder. Porn at its worst is demeaning and sometimes even violent, which is in opposition to a movement that makes empowerment its goal. But a new generation of feminists has transformed these anti-porn sentiments. Having grown up in an