We usually use “objectification” to refer to the male gaze – but have you ever wondered if a woman posting sexy pictures of herself was “inviting” objectification? Melissa A. Fabello’s smart answer might change your perspective.
“I don’t want to be ‘that person,’ but…” You can find info on things like textbooks and office supplies, but what about using your feminism to advance the classroom environment? These tips can give you a great start.
“I can’t support glorifying obesity.” We get “concern” about fat people’s health on our page all the time – and it needs to stop. This info will show you, once and for all, why fatphobic concern trolling doesn’t make you a hero.
Wanting support from loved ones is a really smart step toward taking care of yourself. But when you’re struggling, it can be hard to know where to start. This plan can help you get the help you deserve.
Do you feel unsure about how to respond to a partner who talks negatively about their body? It’s tough to figure out, but you can start by finding which of these tips would be supportive for your partner.
“You’re not fat, you’re beautiful!” Fatphobic language has become part of the status quo in ways you might not even realize. Here are ways to help make the world a more accepting place for fat people.
This author has identified with many different sexual identities – and no, it’s not because she’s “confused.” This description of sexual fluidity will debunk any negative misconceptions that might come to mind.
“Typical feminist – you can’t handle debate.” As a feminist on the internet, you’ve probably encountered these troll comments. This author’s funny translations show just how predictable they are.
All the new year’s resolution hype around “weight loss as the key to happiness” can be super harmful. These awesome ideas can help you resolve to actually take care of your body instead.
Do you have problematic faves? We all do – but if you caught Taylor Swift’s latest video, you know why this author’s fave is especially problematic. Here’s why addressing this brand of “white feminism” matters.