feminism

23 Jan 2017

The Epidemic Of The “Opinionated” Girl

I am a woman. I have life experience and curiosity, and aspirations, and sexual desires, and an unbelievable amount of resilience. I have no need to ever be validated by any other person; man or woman. Now that that’s established, there is one thing that’s been burning inside of me

Penelope Hernandez 1
21 Oct 2016

5 Things You Can Do with Your Feminine Rage

Do you often wake up each morning quivering with Feminine Rage? I know I do. For all you women, men, neithers, in-betweens, children, teens and furries who find yourself feeling Feminine Rage to a degree that you have to make it a proper noun, there is hope. 1. Let Your

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29 Aug 2016

5 Myths About Women to Reconsider

It’s interesting when myths are created about a group of people that make up literally half the world. And here’s the thing about myths: they aren’t always true. I think you and I both know that. However, they aren’t always false either. The important work to do with myths is

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11 Mar 2016

Bad-Ass Historical Women of San Francisco

It’s Women’s History Month! What does that mean? Well, that we had to make two holidays for the 50% of the world that does most of the work and then stick them in the same month. If that’s the kind of thing that ruffles your emotional feathers, I’ve got a

Candace Cui - Actual Unicorn 0
08 Mar 2016

8 Empowering Quotes from History’s Most Forward Women

International Women’s Day is a time to reflect on all the strides women made throughout history all over the globe. While us ladies have achieved some amazing feats there are still so many to accomplish. Today is a day to be a loud and proud female. Here are some of

Sheilah Villari - Dollar Bin Darling 1
11 Feb 2016

Feminists to Auction Off Bachelors for Planned Parenthood

Female comedians are selling off live male bachelors at a Valentine’s weekend comedy event that will have you snort-laughing while raising money for Planned Parenthood. Enter the Matriarchy, A Valentine’s Day Celebration provides anti-patriarchal Valentine’s hilarity with SF’s funniest female comedians featuring Kate Willett and Rachel Lark, and auctioning off

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10 Feb 2016

My Journey of Feminism

When Beyoncé dropped her self titled album in 2013, unexpectedly and without promotion, everyone of us rushed out to  download it, and just as expected, the album was full of amazing and empowering songs that didn’t disappoint. But one thing I did not expect, was for one song to start

Penelope Hernandez 1
22 Jan 2016

How To Not Get Raped at the Gym (and other lessons I’m learning as a Transwoman)

The gym is a complicated place for most transgender people. Thankfully, the one I belong to has been awesome throughout my transition. I started working out there a few months before going on hormones, wanting to get a jump on the muscle atrophy and weight gain estrogen so lovingly provides.

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