As noted in the first Reflection from the Director, one of the most important things we can do as a community is learn to recognize how and when we all participate in creating the culture and climate around gender at …
These essential talks delve into the intricacies of feminism, examining everyday realities in the pursuit of equality.
In need of some new reading to spur your mind? Here is a great list of FREE BOOKS in PDF form to educate yourself on race, gender, sexuality, class, and culture!
“[A]ll white people have had to take renewed accountability for the perpetuation of racism. No less white feminists and survivors of sexual assault (like me), whose goals of ending sexual and intimate partner violence for all survivors can only be fulfilled by …
One of the great frustrations of life as a ladyperson is that you cannot possibly convey to a dude what it feels like to be a target every time you leave your house.
Privilege can be uncomfortable to explain or learn about, but this cartoon addresses it in a cute and creative way.
#MomentsInTransition is encouraging transgender people to tweet photos of moments during their transition that made them feel awesome and share what they felt was an important moment in their personal process to become themselves.
People with disabilities deserve to know that “we’re not just cases, diagnoses, or “not really disabled”; we’re part of a community with its own histories and triumphs. So to help you (and twelve-year-old me) gain a better understanding of disability than “just …
Jesse Williams lays it all out in this powerful acceptance speech – police brutality, supporting black women and activists fighting for social justice, and what’s wrong with criticizing black activists if one doesn’t first support black equality.
This is the thirteenth and final installment in a series that aims to elevate some of the transgender and gender-nonconforming individuals who have played a significant role in the ongoing fight for trans and queer liberation.