Category Archive: Feminism

Shrill: Notes From A Loud Woman by Lindy West

I honestly don’t know how exactly I came to know of Lindy West as a writer but for too long, she was someone I had heard about but never knew more than a… Continue reading

Travel.

Over the course of their existence, planes, trains, and cars have been getting more affordable. Because of that and many other factors, traveling the world has been more accessible than ever! Rather than… Continue reading

World AIDS Day.

Every year on December 1st, World AIDS Day is memorialized and many take today to talk about HIV/AIDS and support related organizations. While we’ve come a long way over the last few decades… Continue reading

Trans Day of Remembrance

Edit: So apparently I was wrong about when Trans Day of Remembrance is. It is actually today (November 20th). Today is Trans Day of Remembrance, an annual day to remember and mourn all… Continue reading

What Does It Mean To Be Nonbinary?

For as long as I can remember, I haven’t been particularly feminine. People were surprised every time I wore a dress; I’ve always preferred pants to dresses; makeup has always been a mystery… Continue reading

#WontBeErased

By this point, you’ve probably read or heard of the New York Times article about the current administration’s attempt to redefine sex and write trans folks out of existence. The effort is being taken… Continue reading

Indigenous Peoples’ Day

Each year, many around the United States celebrate Columbus Day to honor the man who sailed the ocean blue in 1492 and “discovered” the Americas. Columbus Day happens each year on the second… Continue reading

BOOK REVIEW: Well, That Escalated Quickly: Memoirs and Mistakes of an Accidental Activist by Franchesa Ramsey

In 2011, Franchesca Ramsey had been making YouTube videos on her Chescaleigh channel for a few years. Some were about her hair and how to style locs. Others were comedic, including a parody… Continue reading

Learning From History.

Over the past few weeks, people have been comparing current events and politics to ones from history. The collection of rosaries from immigrants crossing the US/Mexico border has reminded people of the collection… Continue reading

Trans Day of Action (#TDOA)

Today (June 22nd, 2018) is the 14th annual Trans Day of Action, a day organized by TransJustice, a political subgroup of The Audre Lorde Project in New York City, to demand safe access… Continue reading