Dear sherights community, It’s with heavy—yet hopeful—hearts that we write this. The editorial team at sherights has decided to take a hiatus for the first half of 2017 in order to focus our efforts on anti-Trump, pro-equality activism. From participating… Read More ›
Spotlight On: Anushay Hossain
Allow us to introduce you to the ever-lovely Anushay Hossain, Bangladeshi journalist and media personality based in Washington, DC., and founder of AnushaysPoint.com.
Is This The Way to Equal Representation in Business?
More can and must be done to achieve gender parity at the executive level, and the biggest companies can help accelerate our cause.
Links We Love
Ghazala Khan, mother of a fallen soldier, pens a powerful response to Trump’s criticism of her not speaking at the DNC. See the Washington Post. Muslim-American women across the country respond to Trump’s insinuation that Muslim women aren’t “allowed” to speak with… Read More ›
Talking Everyday Sexism with Laura Bates
Laura Bates, founder of the Everyday Sexism Project, has a new book out that you MUST read.
Men Can Treasure Female Heroes, Too
The warrior spirit has no gender.
Women in Tech Are Creating The Digital World We Want
I know what it feels like to be in an environment built for women. At the all women’s college I attended, the staircases were designed for the average woman’s stride, hallways for the width of women walking side by side,… Read More ›
Bodily Art-onomy: The Fight for Reproductive Freedom Through Performance
Art is an engine of culture, both as a reinforcement of our ideals and as a critique of our norms. Art is intrinsically linked to our perceptions of ourselves, on an individual and societal level, of who and what we… Read More ›
Online Misogyny is Good for Feminism
Online misogyny is shit, but it’s highlighting just how much feminism is needed.
Links We Love
Members of the anti-abortion group targeting Planned Parenthood are indicted on felony charges. See the New York Times. TIME condemns the CDC’s condescending alcohol warning that shames and discriminates against women. Mattel embraces a long overdue shift towards more diverse options… Read More ›