In Australia, I attended the Women’s March 4 Justice, an event that proved how much has changed, and what still remains the same.
Recently, we’ve supported women who have bravely spoken about their trauma. However, the denial of Meghan Markle’s experience makes me think we’ve missed the point.
This week has reinforced that the weight of memory is carried by the victim. The perpetrator can choose not to remember.
Those who decry “cancel culture” are actually highlighting the power they hold, and the dissimilarity between being cancelled and being silenced.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg spent her life fighting for the rights of women, but in 2020 those same rights are being taken away.
Back in 1963, Gloria Steinem tumbled down the rabbit hole to expose Playboy. She succeeded and the world received an ugly snapshot of life under Hef.
As it stands, the streets belong to men. This can be taken figuratively, as well as literally. We’re long overdue for gender-equal cities.
Heather O. Petrocelli shares the cathartic and transformative power of the film Portrait of a Lady on Fire, directed by Céline Sciamma.
Florencia Orlandoni writes about her recent experience at the 2020 Women’s March in San Francisco performing the Chilean anti-rape anthem “Un violador en tu camino.”