Great Schweddy Balls! The Stocking Stuffer Pitch That Just Earned Our 2014 “Really?” Award

If Mr. X had bothered to actually look at our site, he’d probably realize that our editorial focus might not fit quite as well as his jockstrops apparently do.


Why Feminism Is Important: A PSA

“It’s all about equality, kids! And that’s rad.”


Feminist Approved “Baby, It’s Cold Outside”

An empowered twist on the holiday classic…

Feminist Approved “Baby, It’s Cold Outside”

Vogue Paris Puts Women In Boxes… Literally

Two real life women have been turned into lifeless, Barbie-like dress-up dolls, sealed in their very own perfect packaging, all in the name of fashion.

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Fix-it Friday with Norma Vally

Scientist’s Priceless Reaction Over The Historic Philae Comet Landing

Scientist’s Priceless Reaction Over Philae Probe’s Historic Comet Landing

November 19, 2014 by

When Monica Grady, a leading British space scientist known for her work on meteorites, watched the robot probe Philae land on a comet last week, her reaction was priceless. Professor Grady was tasked with working on a tool of the project called Ptolemy - a shoe-box-sized gas analysis instrument. Like most of her colleagues, ... [Read More]


Why I Lost All Faith In Humanity Today… He Spit On Me, Then His Friend Told Me To Go F*ck Myself

November 18, 2014 by

Before the clock struck 9:00 this morning, I had lost all faith in humanity compliments of back-to-back vile events. I spent the tail end of my commute seething over a message I just received... a woman we recently profiled had just found herself on the receiving end of death/rape threats, one of which detailed gang raping her children. ... [Read More]


She Was Leaning In Back In 1908… Celebrating Gelatine Giant Rose Knox

November 18, 2014 by

Wishing a very Happy Birthday to Rose Knox. Born today, November 18, in 1857, this WYSK is the woman you should be thanking when you whip out that Knox Gelatine packet to make your favorite Thanksgiving cranberry mold next week. Considered one of America's leading businesswomen, Rose co-founded Knox Gelatine in the late 1800s and revolutionized ... [Read More]


Raising Kids With Chronic Illnesses. Seeking Answers & Discovering Hope.

November 18, 2014 by

By Jill Hornig - Autism… ADHD… Asthma… Allergies. Just one of these words can disrupt a mother’s preconceived ideas of how she will raise her child(ren), of what life will be like, of how things will be. I (and my children) am living with all of them. Among my three kids, I have 3 with seasonal and environmental allergies, ... [Read More]

Teacher Inspires Her High School Students To Understand And Promote Feminism

Teacher Inspires Her High School Students To Understand And Promote Feminism

November 17, 2014 by

Ileana Jiménez, most notably known as “Feminist Teacher,” has created a course that teaches high school students about feminism. Passionate about creating inclusive schools, Ileana believes in transforming education for gender, racial, and economic justice. Now that’s a lesson plan! The feminism class titled, ... [Read More]


Rape Humor Decal Of Girl Bound And Gagged On Truck Prompts UK Woman To Take Action

November 17, 2014 by

This past weekend, Alice, a woman from Leeds, the third largest city in the UK, was walking back to her car with her 3-year-old daughter and husband when she saw his jaw drop. “I turned to see what he was looking at and I felt sick.” She quickly blocked her daughter’s view and snapped this picture. The image staring them ... [Read More]


#ThatShirt Vs. #ThatOtherShirt: His Featured Pin-Up Girls, Hers Will Feature Awesome Women In Science

November 17, 2014 by

Last week, on November 12, history was made when a team of specialists from the European Space Agency's Rosetta mission successfully landed a small robot (the Philae probe) on the surface of a speeding comet (a.k.a. "a 2.5-mile-wide ball of rock, ice and dust moving faster than 40,000 ... [Read More]

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Frozen Inspired Bras Change Color When Sisters Chest Bump Each Other

November 14, 2014 by

Since its November 2013 release, Disney’s Frozen has broken box office records, delivered a chart topping hit song, produced mountains of merchandise, and, just two weeks ago, inspired legions of Elsa and Anna clad trick-or-treaters to descend upon neighborhoods across America. So just when we thought there was nothing left to freeze, comes the creepiest ... [Read More]