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The way President-Elect Trump’s new cabinet is shaping up, there is going to be a LOT to protest over the next four years. Make sure your wardrobe speaks truth to power no matter where your activism takes you with one (or all) of these feminism-inspired T-shirts.1. Women: You Can’t Beat Em! This retro ringer states the obvious with tri-color panache. 2. Feminist Chicks Dig Me Perfect for you or your boo. 3. Mudflap Girl Reading the S.C.U.M. Manifesto From afar this is just a sexy silhouette, but up close, the...
Anastasia Cazabon undoubtedly understands the plight and hard-won triumphs of women in the film industry. Though her name is not associated with big budget umbrellas such as Sony or 20th Century Fox, her progression in the independent film circuit hasn't been without the overwhelming feeling that women voices were limited or, worse, excluded in the art of filmmaking. “I had gone to the Massachusetts College of Art and Design and I would say that there were 5 women to every man. So how was it...
When you think of a stereotypical dancer, what images come to mind? Maybe a long and thin body? Get ready for all of that to change. The face, and more importantly, the body of dance is changing thanks to the Pretty Big Movement. Born in 2015, the all-female dance troupe is dedicated to empowering plus-size women to be comfortable in their own skin through the power of dance. Founder and CEO Akria Armstrong has said the idea for the group came to her while she searched...
  In yet another horrifying twist to the dystopian nightmare that is our lives, a report has been released by Buzzfeed that claims to prove Russia has not only been assisting and communicating with Trump, but may also have been harboring sensitive information with the intention of blackmailing him. The reports are unverified by American intelligence so far, but according to The Guardian, they come from a reliable source. If you saw #PEEOTUS or #GoldenShowers trending on Twitter last night, you’ve heard the disgusting “kompromat” or compromising...
Rutgers University students Natalie Settimo (left), Rachel Mayer (center), and Abby Szpekman (right) protest with NOW-NYC Braving the bitter cold, a group of about 18 protestors stood in front of the 94th precinct in Greenpoint Brooklyn with signs in hand and a message for the precinct: Take all rape seriously. Precinct Captain Peter Rose made a statement on Friday to dnainfo.com downplaying the severity of acquaintance rape, even though his precinct saw a 62% uptick in sexual assaults and attacks in 2016 (13 attacks in total...