After the Woman’s Marches of the past weekend, my social media feeds were literally FLOODED with statuses from people either inquiring why women were marching or openly stating that the attendees were crybabies/snowflakes/whining/overreacting/had no legitimate reasons to protest. This post attempts to answer that question with 25 reasons women marched on Saturday. Note that this … More Why Did Women March? 25 Answers.
After the last several demoralizing months for women, making us dread what’s to come next, today’s Women’s Marches were an incredible beacon of hope. I’ve watched footage all day of marches all over the country and all over the world, from Washington D.C. to Melbourne, Australia, and I am so deeply moved. With an estimated … More A Thank You to the Women’s Marches
With less than 24 hours until Donald Trump’s inauguration, the world is waiting with bated breath. There is a lot of speculation as to what might or might not happen. And while there’s no way to know for sure, there are six potential issues that are going to be at the forefront for women under the … More Six Issues Facing Women Under Trump’s Presidency
As the inauguration of Donald Trump looms, it’s fitting to look back on the era of Barack Obama. While healthcare and Joe Biden memes might be the hallmark of his legacy, Obama was also the most feminist U.S. president in history. Throughout his eight-year tenure, he appointed the justices who would legalize LGBT marriage equality; … More Obama’s Top 5 Feminist Moments