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Flowers, chocolates, and jewelry are carbon-intensive ways to show your love. Try these alternatives instead.
Data shows that straight, cisgender women are much less likely to have orgasms during sex than their cis male partners. Is it possible to remedy this erotic inequality?
Moving at the speed of trust has allowed this cooperative to create new visions of abundance—far beyond what white supremacist patriarchal hegemony deemed possible.
Alexis Pauline Gumbs offers a Winter Solstice spell to help us embrace the darkness and light of this moment.
From The Current Issue
For the women featured in Advanced Style, getting dressed up is the beginning of something new.
In this op-ed—which the Journal of the American Medical Association rejected—three doctors say the medical establishment should be morally unambiguous on bombing hospitals.
How can we hold accountable systems that are designed only to understand punishment?
What good is a waiver program intended to help families access in-home care for medically fragile children if the program is full?
And in spite of that, girls are increasingly outcompeting boys and turning into future leaders.
Punishing ourselves through the deprivation of rest and pleasure won’t get us free.
California’s Enhanced Care Management program, offered through Medi-Cal, could help parents who are caring for children with complex physical, behavioral, and social needs.
Caring is a tricky word for many women, as it brims with gendered expectations of labor, open availability, and mental load.