"When people tell you you're no good, tell them to shut up." Writer Erica Jong, famous for the novel 'Fear of Flying' shares her advice. Infamous f...
I think I realized that I didn't have much power when I started school. I skipped kindergarten (much to my dismay) and went straight into 1st grade at a small town, mostly white, Christian, tight knit school where everyone's parents knew each other and everyone had just finished graduating together three months before.
PJ Harvey does this thing which only the most brave artists do -- she lets her own pathos and frailty hang on the line like a flayed carcass. In guidi...
She is equal parts kitsch and social commentary, her music -- produced with drummer Zander Kagle -- deftly toggling between undeniable rump-shaking rhythms and scathing swipes at what it's like to be a woman in the world, musically and otherwise.
When one looks at the magazine covers of yoga journals, where yoga studios are prevalent or the type of people that frequently talk about their love ...
Here's a little girl power for your Instagram feed. Julie Van Grol, an illustrator and art instructor in Minneapolis, Minnesota is illustrating 100 powerhouse women as a part of a daily illustration project called "100 Days of Badass Babes."
I first embarked on my "Forget Fairytales" adventure while in college. I contributed the comics to campus publications and eventually founded both Comicality Magazine and Quail Bell Magazine, too.
Getting there will involve broadening standards of beauty, combatting ageism, and building a culture that looks beyond superficial and transient nature of our looks. We must insist that media and corporations catch up with these practices and we can do that by wisely allocating our clicks and dollars.
Ever ask for a woman's number and then threaten to call it before she leaves to make sure she put in the correct number? Ever think that maybe she doesn't want you to have her number?
It was not until she was age 35 that Holland first entered the 'adult' world, but the minute she did, she felt for the first time ever that she had come home. She loved the freedom, the passion, and the uninhibited expression. She found it inspiring, and she saw opportunities for positive empowerment in every project. The work brought her to the front lines of feminism.
Feminist art is making a comeback in Los Angeles -- and heritage women art stars are a hotter trend today than they were as trailblazers 30 years ago.
Seeing the way commentators and reporters have treated not just female gymnasts, but also swimmers, tennis players, judoka, and trap shooters in Rio, I realize I can't keep this particular brand of sexism from my daughters unless I keep them out of sports altogether.
Why Objectifying the Ultimate Objectifier Is More Than Wrong; It Isn’t Helping I’ll be upfront with you. I deeply fear the possibili...
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That's right. It's a list. (Or, more annoyingly, a listicle.) About women. And things we need to do (or stop doing) to each other. Right now.
Our team at Milk & Honey Magazine caught up with Sarah to learn more about her personal career path, what she's learned through her interviews for Inspire-Aspire, and how we can align our passions with our purpose, too.
Nobody is the "perfect victim." A new Justice Department report that excoriated the Baltimore police department for a long list of reprehensible acts highlighted the fact that in a majority-black city, the problem of taking sexual assault victims seriously is even more acute.
If we are mature enough as a society to elect a woman president, it will change our country for the better. It will also bring sexists out of the woodwork, just as Barack Obama's presidency has brought racists out of their dark hiding places.
In June of this year, the New York arts nonprofit chashama kindly commissioned my "Representations of the Feminine in Tissue Paper," a mixed media, on-site installation at the Condé Nast Building in Times Square.
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