Month: March 2013

Lesson #6: “A movement must keep moving.” -Gloria Feldt

BY SAMUEL CARTER AND EMILY MAY EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the last installment in our Women’s History Month series of posts highlighing our living history. As our history is still in progress, we hope you’ll give us feedback so we can strengthen our work.  These posts are also cross-posted on Feministing.com. Any advocacy nonprofit can … Continued

Leigh’s Story: “This is rape culture.”

Got street harassed walking into work tonight. When I told him to fuck off and that I wasn’t looking for his attention and that my body was not a commodity for him to enjoy, he got super pissed off and started yelling at me, saying shit like, “what the fuck’s the matter with you, i … Continued

Lesson #3: Strong-ties and warm-fuzzy feelings are essential.

BY SAMUEL CARTER AND EMILY MAY EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the fourth installment in our Women’s History Month series of posts highlighing our living history. As our history is still in progress, we hope you’ll give us feedback so we can strengthen our work. The next three posts will be released over the next week … Continued

Week In Our Shoes: Full Frontal Feministing

Hello Amazing Hollas! We are now at the tail end of Womens History Month 2013. Many, many of you hosted and attended incredible events around the world, speaking on our site and all over the media about harassment, doing our part in this international conversation about everyday violence by holla-ing back! Well done. POLICY! I … Continued

Women’s History Month: telling our own.

BY EMILY MAY AND SAM CARTER March is Women’s history month, and as we celebrate the incredible strides that women have made throughout history, we also wanted to take a moment to document our own history. Some of it you may know, some of it you may not.  In any case, we wanted to take … Continued