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Bi Erasure, or Why the Hell is My Sexuality So Hard to Understand?

By Rut Guðnadóttir On August 7, 2014

Once upon a time I thought I was a lesbian. It was mainly a conscious decision I made because I didn’t like boys at the time. That didn’t really pan out, since you… Read More


How to Vanquish the Self-Defeating Devil on Your Shoulder

By Deanna de Bara On July 30, 2014

I am fortunate to know some pretty wonderful women. They are smart, funny, and successful. They run businesses, households, and marathons. They know how to rock a killer pair of heels, rock… Read More


5 Non-Medicinal Anxiety Remedies That Actually Worked For Me

By Veronica Prince On July 25, 2014

I am a naturally anxious person and always have been. When I was a child I used to compulsively rip up napkins, pieces of paper, food wrappers, whatever was nearby, creating mountains… Read More


Why Other Women Should Stop Judging My Gaming (And Join In Instead)

By Ana Urena On July 23, 2014

I usually like to end  my days with pre-poo wash on my hair, a clay mask on my face, and a PlayStation remote in hand. When asked by my (female) co-workers what… Read More


Lifestyle Envy: What You NEED to Realize When You’re Feeling Jealous

By Jessica Johansen On July 14, 2014

If you’re anything like me, you probably spend quite a bit of time browsing amazing websites everyday, watching TV shows, or simply indulging in an occasional spot of people-watching. It can be… Read More


As a Trans Woman, I WANT People to Break the “Rule” About My Sex and Gender

By Daphne Shaed On July 7, 2014

I keep seeing posts, often with neat looking infographics, talking about what can be asked of a transperson. Most of these articles are directed toward cisgender people and discourage them from asking questions,… Read More


How Atheism Liberated Me as a Woman and a Feminist

By Rebecca Pitzer On June 23, 2014

I want to start this article by first saying this: I am in no way trying to generalize religion, specifically Christianity. I understand that not all Christianity is like the situations I… Read More

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Can I Ever Feel Comfortable as a Christian and a Feminist?

By Becca Costello-Thomas On June 15, 2014

I use many labels to describe myself: college graduate, reader, daughter, sister, aunt, dog-lover, vegetarian, messy, nerd. Most of the time my labels get along together nicely, and I enjoy the way… Read More


Why My Big Boobs Used to be Scary

By Lili Safon On June 4, 2014

I always knew I was bigger. If the training bra in third grade wasn’t enough of a hint, the ill-fitting shirts in eighth grade were blaring warning signs. And when I say… Read More


Trends Dudes HATE! (And Why We Don’t Give a Damn)

By Daniela Attia On May 29, 2014

Trends come and go, however male criticism of women’s clothing is here to stay. Yahoo Shine posted an article that listed various summer trends that “turn guys off”. Males commented on popular… Read More

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Masturbation Month is Almost Finished, But You Don’t Have to Stop Cuming!

By Sherrie Silman On May 27, 2014

May is Masturbation Month. Yet, until the morning of May 22nd I had been remiss in my self-care. During a morning rush in which it felt as if the Imps of Morning… Read More

Body Image

The Fitness Industry Doesn’t Care About Your Health – Just How You Look in a Bikini

By Keziyah Lewis On May 13, 2014

Brooke Birmingham of the healthy living blog Brooke: Not on a Diet lost over 170 pounds and was recently approached to be featured in Shape Magazine. When the writer of the article asked… Read More