1. Get inspired with Misty Copeland's ode to strength. She's a MAKER, too!
2. What do you see in the mirror? A piece about judgment and self-love.Read More
An excerpt from Harilyn Rousso's memoir, Don't Call Me Inspirational: A Disabled Feminist Talks Back. Rousso is considered one of the "founding mothers" of the U.S. disabled women's movement.Read More
Three weeks after a shark took her left arm, Bethany Hamilton got back in the water. We celebrate her accomplishment this year.Read More
She stands, calves flexed, poised on toe shoes. A voiceover reads a rejection letter listing her physical faults. It ends, pointedly: “You have the wrong body for ballet.”Read More
Since Margaret Sanger coined the term birth control in 1914, contraception has revolutionized women's lives. See its evolution and hear about its importance from our MAKERS.Read More
1. A great response to #WomenAgainstFeminism. We still live in a world where gender matters.
2. 41 times Hillary Clinton was outta control sassy. The Secretary of Sass, in fact.Read More
Plus female heroines who MADE the story.Read More
1. Tech's ugly gender problem. Where a VC can say he doesn't invest in women.
2. How to build a feminist work space. "Strong female leadership can be good for both morale and the bottom line."Read More
After a year's hiatus to make the Olympic Development soccer team, Sam Gordon is back to football. We revisit her talk at the MAKERS Conference.Read More
Plus mandated paid leave for new mothers and a new lightning-sharp female action hero.Read More