Discussing the importance of providing equal justice for Native American women who are disproportionately subject to sexual violence and assault yet receive disproportionately low justice.
Ways of life that might make our carbon footprint a little less heavy.
On news fatigue & how to stay interested when everything’s falling apart.
Is it fair that we criticize every move celebrities have made?
Ok ladies now let’s get in formation, for our interview with the poet set to eclipse the Formation singer.
On the infamous Gillette ad—The Best Men Can Be—and the American culture that perpetuates toxic masculinity.
How period poverty is invalidated, despite its huge affects on impoverished girls and their education.
Using real-world news to create a spin-off flash-apocalypse of our modern world going to shambles. A bit satirical, a bit too real.
A blackout poem from the full text of Christine Blasey Ford's opening statement to the Senate Judiciary Committee.
A personal experience as an athlete who shows strong emotions both on and off the race course, and how they should be treated just as such - emotions.
A list of phrases and concepts, further detailed by explanatory paragraphs, of things you can say to a friend who has come to you for support/guidance after sexual assault.
A closer look at the Mollie Tibbetts case.
Starbucks’ game-changing moves to your cup of coffee.
J.Crew’s new collaboration with the all-female-owned company catering to plus size women.
Spilling lemonade on what it really means to be “self-made.”
News of Justice Anthony Kennedy retiring from the Supreme Court of the United States sent shockwaves through the nation.
The invites were not for the great drinks or free clothes, but rather for people to empathise and respect others.
Bags don’t define human beings.
Secretly placing my bets that Meghan goes for a matching Juicy Couture velour tracksuit.
The shooting, from her eyes.
Taking comfort in familiarity in face of unfamiliar climates.
There is a buzz in the fashion world.
On ex-wife’s death and legacy—not as a sexist rhetoric, but as a feminist, activist and social justice warrior.
AKA: How to be better feminists in 2018
A bite size guide to the debate, because you’re a busy girl with sh*t to do
Apologize if you mess up. But don’t apologize for having a voice.