Feminism is the belief that men and women should have equal rights. It also describes the political and social movement in which women strive to achieve that equality. The Internet and social media have helped bring coverage of feminist issues to the forefront—from narrowing the wage gap and fighting for reproductive rights to men’s and women’s everyday roles in sex and parenting.
Scientist rocks a ‘sparkly’ dress to inspire young girls at NASA talk
They wanted to see that they could grow up to be a sparkly scientist.
Cruces x Rosas: This Instagram is leading a digital campaign against femicide
The Instagram account's pink crosses reflect an epidemic.
Meet the influencers pushing for women’s rights in the Middle East
'If we don’t know something exists, we can’t even wish for it.'
Twitter drags life coach wanting to ‘restore’ the patriarchy
According to Noah Revoy, women malfunction without it.
Man utterly roasted for saying women can’t ask for equality in revealing clothing
Are we back here again?
How online allies joined a trans artist’s street art war
These stickers have implications far beyond one neighborhood’s walls.
‘You were at my wedding Denise’ stirs controversy again with ‘lubed legs’ tweet
'Everyone loves lubed legs—especially at the beach.'
Twitter suspended me for making a ‘slut’ joke. But what if I am a slut?
Twitter seems to have a problem with reclaimed slurs.
MeTooSTEM leadership crumbles as women of color resign
Seven members, including the only two women of color, have resigned since November.
Twitter is roasting these gender-bent presidential portraits
Many would rather just have, you know, an actual woman president.
If you want to support trans rights, then decriminalize sex work
Sex workers and trans people fight the same oppressors.
Female Twitter comic Elle Oh Hell was actually a man this whole time (updated)
“The avatar is not in fact me, but my wife."
This white feminist’s anti-Marie Kondo take is being ripped to shreds
This is why we can't have nice things.
Mariah Carey performs in Saudi Arabia in spite of calls for boycott
Advocates wanted the singer to speak out against the jailing of women's rights activists.
Twitter calls out Ancestry.com for advertising on Tucker Carlson
"There’s a lot of females that are angry, angry for no reason at all."