10 Companies That Donate to RAINN
RAINN stands for the Rape, Abuse, and Incest National Network. RAINN is a national nonprofit organization, which fights against sexual violence and the national sexual assault problem that is growing ...
Violated
I refuse to be another girl crushed by silence.
Studies That Show Women Make Awesome Bosses
There has been a long debate over whether women can successfully lead in the workplace. We all know that the business world has historically been male dominated for quite some time; however, the femal...
Xena Warrior2 days ago
Boys and Men Be Warned
Whelp... this post is NOT going to be comfortable for everyone to read. Today I'm going to be talking about contraceptives. Judge me as you wish, but for years I allowed fear to keep me from ever goin...
Sophie Kerr2 days ago
Warrior Princess
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Morgan Alix3 days ago
I’m 20, and I’m Still Not Sure What Happens when I Menstruate
If you’re here, I’m assuming you’re just as confused as me, right? I’ve had a period since I was 13! I’ve always considered it an annoying roommate for a couple days out of the month. Eating all my fo...
Sarah Jane7 days ago
Why the Victims Don't Speak Out
There has been a lot of publicity about historical cases of abuse in the news over recent years and this movement is gathering momentum. That is great to see. Those who commit acts of abuse should abs...
Sasha Konikovo22 days ago
10 Signs You're Dating a Red Piller
Once in a blue moon, people will see a philosophy that is so toxic, it's incompatible with having healthy relationships. It's rare, but it happens. Sadly, it also happens with increasing frequency now...
I Tested the KegelSmart by Intimina. Here's Why I Love It.
I remember when I gave birth to my daughter. I was worried about a lot of things, and had a lot of questions on my mind. I worried that she’d be unhealthy, or that I would end up being unable to be th...
10 Classic Feminist Books You Should Read
In the 20th and 21st century, women writers have begun to speak up and truly make their voices heard. Classic feminist books have won the Pulitzer Prize and become bestsellers across the United States...
Pretty Girl Privilege
When I was younger, I never had to constantly battle with insecurities regarding my image. No, I didn't exactly consider myself to be beautiful, but I always thought my looks were 'passible.' I didn't...
Bethany Ashlyn2 months ago
Why Women Need to Stop Tearing Down Other Women
We are in a scary and exciting time right now for women. With all the movements and people coming out to tell their story, it feels as if women are taking steps in the right direction. It is not like ...
#metoo
You are not alone. Together we can de-stigmatize speaking out about our experiences with sexual harassment, assault, and more.
Swaay
SWAAY is a ground-breaking media and online publishing company that harnesses the style and glamour of today’s business-minded woman. SWAAY is dedicated to celebrating the stories of established and emerging entrepreneurs to advance more women into the forefronts of innovation and entrepreneurship through visually inspiring and intellectually engaging content.
Body Talk
Your body, your choice? A place to debate and discuss the complexities and controversies surrounding women's' health issues, reproductive rights, and bodily autonomy.
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Boys and Men Be Warned
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Morgan Alix3 days ago
I’m 20, and I’m Still Not Sure What Happens when I Menstruate
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Lovely Lady Lumps
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The Complexity of Equality and Why It Disrupted America’s Feminist Movement
After its introduction to Congress in 1923, the Equal Rights Amendment illuminated the separation between politically motivated women in America. Two sides of feminism began to emerge afterwards, “one...
Cece Koenig25 days ago
Frida Kahlo
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Kaitlyn Smitha month ago
Anne Boleyn Is My Spirit Animal
I have always been fascinated by history and people's stories but I have a special passion for the story of Anne Boleyn. To some she was the most infamous adulterous in British history but to me she w...
10 Classic Feminist Books You Should Read
In the 20th and 21st century, women writers have begun to speak up and truly make their voices heard. Classic feminist books have won the Pulitzer Prize and become bestsellers across the United States...
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10 Books to Raise Stronger Girls
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Faith O2 months ago
Four Highly Recommended Books Written by Women of Colour
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The Audition: Public Relations
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Just Love Who You Are
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Destruction
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SR Jamesa month ago
Feminist Pharaohs
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Sofia Sinn5 months ago
Are You Faded?
Scandalous females will do just about anything for a dollar. *** As much as I like to joke around when I tell my stories, most of them are pretty serious. This story is a little hard for me to tell. I...
Clarisse Guevarra6 months ago
Coffee & Crime
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The Struggle Is Real: Black Woman Edition
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Looking at the Mirror
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King Kingsleya month ago
Me, My Natural Hair, and I
There’s always been a love-hate relationship between myself and my hair and it wasn’t until I was 17 that I decided to go natural. Growing up I hated getting my hair done and the entire process was so...
10 Companies That Donate to RAINN
RAINN stands for the Rape, Abuse, and Incest National Network. RAINN is a national nonprofit organization, which fights against sexual violence and the national sexual assault problem that is growing ...
Violated
I refuse to be another girl crushed by silence.
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A Letter to a Different Me
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Don't Let "Love" Ruin You
From me, to really anyone. I was in a relationship for four years, and to everyone, I looked happy. I always had a smile on my face, I was hyper, I seemed like I was so happy in the relationship. Ever...
Bells R12 days ago
To the Girl Who Doesn’t Know If She Can Do It
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Sophie Kerr14 days ago
Pain Into Power
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Thinking of Trying Menstrual Cups? Here's 3 Reasons Why You Should
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I Tested the KegelSmart by Intimina. Here's Why I Love It.
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Ossiana Tepfenhart2 months ago
10 Toys That Encourage Girls to Be in STEM
Marie Curie might be one of the most famous female scientists of all time, but that doesn't mean she's the only one. Many women have found a lifetime of joy through a career in science. Unfortunately,...
Studies That Show Women Make Awesome Bosses
There has been a long debate over whether women can successfully lead in the workplace. We all know that the business world has historically been male dominated for quite some time; however, the femal...
David Wyld17 days ago
#MeToo Comes to the Workplace
One thing we know for sure today is that the rules, the norms, the expectations—in short, everything—is changing regarding interactions of men and women!
Coral Evergreen18 days ago
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Consenticles Gone Wild
After seven or eight drinks too many my friend is on the table. She isn't sober enough to dance, but she crawls across toward me. She's half-flashing most of the bar, but it is a quiet night, and mayb...
Jamie Stokesa month ago
Girls Who Rival Girls
So, what's the deal with girls trying to rival other girls? I don't mean that question to be entirely rhetorical, I'm genuinely curious. I've never understood the whole "I don't like you, so I'm going...
Robyn Russo2 months ago
Sexist or Awareness?
Recently, acclaimed author Lauren Groff refused to answer the work/life balance question in an interview with the Harvard Gazette. Alexandra King, with CNN, responded with an op-ed on why she believes...