Discrimination exists within feminist spaces, and nowhere is that clearer than in the vile bigotry aimed at trans women.
Wikipedia editors moved hundreds of female novelists to their own category in recent weeks. The latest Wikipedia gender blunder is part of a long tradition of bias and Wiki-foolishness.
The University of Arizona recently published a PSA on how men can actively engage in sexual assault prevention on college campuses, and it's actually great!
UK-based Laura Bates brings the "Everyday Sexism" project to the US in hopes of ending the culture of normalization that allows sexism to continue openly and publicly in society.
An interview with the very funny Katie Willert of Cracked.com and the Upright Citizen's Brigade Theatre about her success and the role of women in comedy.
What do Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg and Dove's "Real Beauty" campaign have in common? They are both mainstream, corporate visions of feminism.
A poll reveals only 20% of Americans identify as feminists, but more than 80% of people support gender equality, so the feminist movement isn't small by any means.
Thirty-five women make this year's TIME list of the top 100 most influential people in the world.