Satire is a Woman’s Weapon
Feature / February 2017 / Jessica Schultz / Jordan Upshaw

Satire is a Woman’s Weapon

News flash: women aren’t funny—they’re hilarious. This may come as a shock to some people, so we wanted to highlight a new kick-ass, women-led satire publication. Meet The Belladonna. Helmed by four female editors—Caitlin Kunkel, Brooke Preston, Fiona Taylor, and Carrie Wittmer—The Belladonna accepts submissions from cis and non-cis women, no matter their experience. We … Continue reading

In Wake of Women’s March, Questions Remain about Symbols
Artemis Walsh / Feature / February 2017

In Wake of Women’s March, Questions Remain about Symbols

On January 21, less than a day into the Trump administration, a protest of 500 thousand gathered in Washington D.C., joined across the world by nearly 5 million . These marches represented a wide range of progressive issues, from reproductive justice to LGBT rights. Though the protests drew together diverse, sometimes opposing camps of feminism, … Continue reading