Hey all! Today is day 3 of National Eating Disorder Awareness Week. (You can read my post for day 2 here). The theme for today is eating disorders in athletes.
Athletes, especially those competing at an elite level, are at a higher risk for eating disorders than the general population.
Hey all! Today is day 2 of National Eating Disorder Awareness Week. The theme for today is eating disorders in marginalized groups.
One of the most prevalent myths about eating disorders is that they only affect white, middle-class, straight, cisgender teenage girls. That simply isn’t true!
In the US, February is Black History Month. In light of the past year’s events surrounding race and racism in America, it’s essential that we look beyond Martin Luther King Jr’s “I have a dream” speech and start participating in real conversations about race in America.
Everyone knows about Martin Luther King Jr, Rosa Parks, and Malcolm X. Here are 11 black American icons you won’t learn about in Black History Month – but should.
The hashtag #HistoricPOC highlights the way in which American history is often whitewashed, and provides some awesome pics of everyday people of color throughout the country’s history.
Between Black History Month and Women’s History Month, black women are often overlooked (to say nothing of black LGBTQ people). Here are over 100 LGBTQ Black women you should know.
Black History Month isn’t just about the past; it’s also about the present future. Here are 22 badass black women who are changing the world.
Finally, an important part of Black History Month is looking at and addressing the racism that still exists in America today. While it’s important to remember and discuss things like slavery and Jim Crow, making them the only focus of our discussions totally erases the many many ways that racism functions in America today. In light of that, here are 5 ways that white feminists can address our own racism.
So, last year I wrote about the patronizing “single girls have more fun!” articles that come out around this time of year.
This year, I’ve put together a list of last-minute feminist Valentine’s gifts & cards.
As you guys know from my previous posts on ways to teach toddlers about consent (and why we should do it) and gender stereotyping in baby clothes, I’m always interested in the ways in which we pass on messages about gender and sexuality to kids. Since I work as a nanny now and spent years as a high school teacher, these are issues that I see played out in my everyday life time and time again.
The perfect gift for feminist moms in your life!
Today’s listicle round-up focuses on feminist parenting, teaching, and child-raising in general!