6 Tips for Making Your Conversations About Reproductive Rights More Trans-Inclusive KC Clements

Articles Archives – Everyday Feminism  On January 21, 2017, millions of people around the world participated in The Women’s March. A Facebook event that quickly went viral, the march was a powerful display of resistance and solidarity that coalesced around a number of issues including reproductive rights and fighting back against sexual assault. But, for many […]

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Meat on Dem Bones: Confronting Fat Antagonism and Diet Culture in Black Beauty Politics Denarii Monroe

Articles Archives – Everyday Feminism  I’ve written several times about various aspects of fat antagonism. But because the body positivity, Health at Every Size, and fat acceptance movements trend very white, there is little discussion—both within these movements and outside of them—about body image issues for Black folk. That’s a problem for several reasons. Mostly because […]

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My Parents Are Police Officers, Here Are 5 Reasons I Support the #BlackLivesMatter Movement Anyway Jasmine Vaughn

Articles Archives – Everyday Feminism  I can’t talk about my family tree without mentioning how many shiny badges are attached to the branches. Since before I can remember, I have been referred to as “the cop’s daughter,” and with the societal identifier came assumptions that I was above the law or ready to defend any and […]

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