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Five years ago, Nadya Tolokno and members of the punk band Pussy Riot were sent to prison for public acts of feminist activism. Today, she’s free and louder than ever. Here, she talks about rising up, getting rowdy, and pissing off repressive presidentsBy Erika W. SmithPhotos by Jeaneen Lund // Styling by Kime Buzelli // Makeup by Will Lemon Outfitted in colorful dresses, tights, and—most importantly—balaclavas that hid their faces, a group of fierce young women became activist icons overnight when they were arrested for performing...
  Donald Trump’s latest target is a 17-year-old who created the website, KittenFeed.com. Originally called TrumpScratch.com, the site features kitten paws that you can move around to scratch images of the president’s face. Instead of running the country, Trump has decided his priority is sending cease-and-desist letters to high school girls for making funny websites. “I was going to just let this go, but I think it’s, pardon my French, fucking outrageous that the president of the United States has his team scouring the internet for sites like...
Once again, Republican men are saying horrific things about rape. Yesterday, Oklahoma state representative George Faught shared his terrifying beliefs about women’s bodies, women's rights to control their own bodies, and the violence done against women's bodies. Faught is the author of a bill that would make it illegal in Oklahoma to pursue an abortion in the case of a genetic abnormality in the fetus. The proposed bill currently makes no exceptions for rape and incest. When asked by fellow state representative Cory Williams about these...
So, are you totes obsessed with Feud on FX? Yeah, us too. Watching Susan Sarandon embody Hollywood legend Bette Davis so masterfully makes us adore her even more. It also inspired us to revisit this rad cover story we did with her for our Oct/Nov 2005 issue. Enjoy this Flashback Friday reprint of that epic chat. Then plan a rampaging road trip with your bestie à la Thelma & Louise.   Sue’s The Boss Super-smart, politically savvy, and strikingly sexy, Susan Sarandon is an icon of individuality in an...
As of today, over a dozen D.C. teenagers between the ages of 14 and 18 are missing. According to Crime Online, reports on the exact number of missing persons vary. The Huffington Post reports that since January 37 missing persons cases remain unsolved in the District; these cases involve both boys and girls, all of whom are black or Latinx. On March 14, the Washington Post reported that 10 teen girls, all black and Latinx, remain missing in the D.C. area.  This week, NBC Washington published...
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