5:41 pm, October 24th | by Colette McIntyre
In today’s Read of the Day, McSweeney’s gives us scenes from a feminist youth.
5:35 pm, September 24th | by Colette McIntyre
In today’s Read of the Day, The Toast editor Mallory Ortberg poisons MRA dudes’ sleep with prescient lullabies about the rise of matriarchy.
6:00 pm, September 5th | by Colette McIntyre
Today’s Read of the Day is Susan Schorn’s newest piece for “Bitchslap,” her McSweeney’s column about women and fighting.
4:45 pm, September 4th | by Colette McIntyre
While stealing from a significant other and stashing the contraband in your butt probably certifies you as a bad girlfriend, we think this creative type has a lot to offer in the friendship department.
3:54 pm, August 16th | by Colette McIntyre
We all celebrate our feminist ancestors and comrades in different ways. At The Jane Dough, whenever we’re partaking in spirits, we pour out some of our drink while chanting Phyllis Diller’s name. We also like to compile some of our favorite notable/infamous/fascinating women in a bracket and have them duke it out. This little girl goes to school dressed as a different influential woman almost every day. Our mom has one glass of wine and yell-sings to Edith Piaf. Artist Dav Yendler reinvents feminist heroes as visual puns on his Tumblr, Ladypuns.
5:56 pm, August 5th | by Colette McIntyre
Last week an iPhone was #blessed to be thrown onstage and shoved down Justin Bieber’s leather marsupium; today in Girls Be Lobbing news, a fan chucked a tampon at One Direction during the band’s recent San Diego concert.
12:30 pm, July 31st | by Grace Rasmus
Pretty Little Liars may seem like a totally superficial TV show but it hosts a surprising number of badass, feminist moments. In this series, we will separate the PLL garbage from the PLL girl power.
10:00 am, July 31st | by Laura Barcella, xoJane
Of course, Twitter has barely responded. Yay, Internets!
6:00 pm, July 30th | by Colette McIntyre
Today’s Read of the Day is Amy Gentry’s incredible Rumpus essay about how the recent fights in Texas, North Dakota, and North Carolina over reproductive healthcare have demonstrated women’s struggle to maintain the right to their own presences and bodies — not just “individual bodies, but the metaphorical ones that theoretically represent us by proxy: the House, the Senate, the body politic.”
4:15 pm, July 22nd | by Grace Rasmus
Helen Mirren is a great many things — an Academy Award winner, Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire, one of our most powerful crushes — but one thing she is not is a misogynistic B.S putter-upper-with. (That’s a word people say, right?)