FREQ #19: The Writing’s On the Wall for Jessica Pabón-Colón Ebony Adams

Feminist Frequency     Each issue of the FREQ newsletter brings you an interview with a fascinating, inspiring, talented woman we think you should know more about. In our latest issue, we talk to pioneering interdisciplinary Latina scholar and activist, Dr. Jessica Pabón-Colón. Her recent book, Graffiti Grrlz: Performing Feminism in the Hip Hop Diaspora is a […]

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If Your Goal In Therapy Is To ‘be Happy,’ You Might Want To Rethink That. Here’s Why. Sam Dylan Finch

Articles Archives – Everyday Feminism  So if you’re not going to therapy or living life to become happy, what’s the point? I started asking the same thing. And what I learned along the way kind of blew my mind wide open. Read More 

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5 Ways Your Critiques of Psychiatry Might Be Ableist Sam Dylan Finch

Articles Archives – Everyday Feminism  Originally published on Let’s Queer Things Up! and cross-posted here with his permission. I won’t beat around the bush: Mental illness has pushed me to the edge many, many times. There were times when I was so detached from reality, it necessitated urgent and even drastic interventions to bring me back. There were […]

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4 Ways the Animal Rights Movement Uses Human Bodies to Sell Animal Rights Nichole Dinato

Articles Archives – Everyday Feminism  This article was originally published in RESIST, a publication that is no longer in print, and cross-posted here. (Content warning: animal exploitation; examples of sexism, ableism; descriptions of women in sexually or domestically abusive situations) The animal rights community has a serious exploitation problem. I am never surprised to hear when […]

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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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