“We want to make music for girls to feel powerful and liberated. Fair enough to people writing songs about heartbreak, but when I’m sad I want to listen to music that’s about more than just love affairs. We want to make music for girls like us".
Science and art are totally polar things - that is what we are used to think. Speculative neuroscientist Ashley Baccus-Clark proves this wrong by working at the intersection of these two, at first glance, different concepts.
Now that social activism is on the rise, a feminist revenge-fantasy comic is here to satisfy our desire of a strong female lead. Dre Torres and Alex Valdes created Popova World, a spectacular, dark and unnerving addition to the vast universe of comic books.
Miki Agrawal created Thinx in order to help women live a normal life during the "week of shame". With the help of bold grapefruit campaigns she has built an image of taboo-busting brand, standing up for women's rights. Yet, her employees feel suppressed...
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie has long been outspoken about why we need more feminists in the world. No wonder her latest book is a practical guide in how to raise a generation of feminists — something she believes is "more urgent now than it has ever been."
Gloria Steinem is one of the century's greatest agents of social change who has been tirelessly fighting for gender equality for more than 50 years. Her work as a feminist leader and activist has only grown since her days as a co-founder of Ms. Magazine that...
Take on the outdated perspectives and condescending tone of popular women’s media, through the eyes of the funniest women in comedy today.
Jana Babez is a total babe. She is young, sexy, talented. That's what we say, trying to raise a new pop-star in media, don't we? However, that's what she struggles with. Let us remind you her five key feminist performances.
Feminism has become, slightly weirdly, a buzzword in marketing. However, over the years, there have been some truly awesome feminist ad campaigns that managed to strike the right chord in their time. So it’s time to see if it’s a good thing or a tragedy?