DAME talks with the activist-author about Black women’s loyalty to one another, their misrepresentation in media, and the power of online activism.
Amid clutter and welfare checks, two old feminist comrades unexpectedly find what others yearn for in the holiday season in a less-than-classic setting.
Why has the image of a solitary woman historically elicited a range of emotions, from sympathy to suspicion and fear?
As masculinist politics sweeps across the globe, raising boys to be feminists isn’t merely a good idea. It's a necessity.
Women of color like Therese Patricia Okoumou have been at the frontline of activism for centuries. But portraying them as super-human diminishes the very real struggles they face daily.
The new AMC series imagines a world in which the patriarchy is flipped upside down, then dropped from the sky. It's fun and feels good. But whether it's justice is subject for debate.
After a 36-year battle, we're one state away from ratifying the amendment that would make equal rights the law of the land. What is standing in the way?
The best-selling author of 'The Female Persuasion' has published the perfect feminist novel about women's friendships for this moment. Only she wrote it before Election 2016.
The Queen came to the desert not only to rain blackness on the nearly all-white Coachella music festival, but to represent the power of Black women.
The original “Becky” reflects on the polarizing comic and Trump voter who indelibly changed what it means to be a TV matriarch.