Ever gotten way more advice from a guy than you bargained for (or needed)? You may have been the target of mansplaining.
Almost every day, on my way to school, I get harassed on the street. It’s like part of my routine: get off the bus, grab a chai, get catcalled, repeat.
My mom and grandma are the two strongest women I know. So why do they reject the term “feminism”?
I came into this thinking that feminism is only about making women equal to men. But after talking with my mom and great grandma, I realized it’s much more complicated than that.
I’ve called myself a feminist since I was 11. But this Women’s History Month, I want to explain why I skipped out on a major historical moment for women.
It’s been a year since the Women’s March. And although it was a historic event, with protests springing up all over the country and half a million people descending on Washington D.C., I have mixed feelings about it.
Today marks the one-year anniversary of the women’s march. And it’s been a busy year for women’s rights.
As a teen girl, I know I’ll have to deal with sexism my whole life. But one place I can start to fight it — is inside myself.
I sat down with my mom and my great grandma to talk about feminism not knowing how much race plays into being a feminist or not being one.