5 Fertility Tech To Consider Before, During, And After Your Pregnancy

5 Fertility Tech To Consider Before, During, And After Your Pregnancy

Fertility tracking is not a perfect science. So when it comes to fertility monitors your first thoughts are “Why should I pay so much money for a device that allegedly helps me get pregnant?” and “Besides, aren’t all fertility monitors the same? There’s no point in adding that extra expense.” We’re here to demystify some of the popular fertility monitors […]

Invest In Women, Better The World

Invest In Women, Better The World

When it comes to investing, our world is failing women. Let’s break it down into simple numbers. In a Fortune article from March 2017, it was reported that almost 5% of venture capital deals in 2016 were given to female-led businesses, which is the highest in the last ten years. Unfortunately, those VC deals don’t amount to much–the funding that […]

Environmental Good Is THE Fashion Statement

Environmental Good Is THE Fashion Statement

San Francisco is at the forefront of social activism, and it’s no surprise that we also lead the nation in environmental conservation. Since this mindset is ingrained in locals, their consumer choices often align with their social beliefs. But we often overlook that shopping is one of the leading environmental waste industries. Despite all the production and labor that is […]

5 Ways to Use Apps to Avoid Pregnancy (or Make It Happen)

5 Ways to Use Apps to Avoid Pregnancy (or Make It Happen)

Thanks to advances in technology, there’s an app to track just about anything—including your fertility. Thinking about getting pregnant or still wanting to avoid it? We’ve got you covered. With so many options out there we’ve listed some of the best apps that will help you monitor everything from your period and ovulation cycle to your cervical fluid and basal […]

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Everyday Women Through Larry Sultan’s Lens At SFMOMA

In the newest SFMOMA exhibit, photography from a few of Larry Sultan’s collections are on display. From his collaborative effort with Mike Mandel, Evidence (1977), a series of pictures from governmental archives, to The Valley (2000), which follows pornography photo shoots in suburban neighborhoods, Sultan has a unique talent for shedding new light on everyday life. This is especially highlighted […]


Pregnant Doctor In Labor Delivers A Patient’s Baby

Pregnant Doctor In Labor Delivers A Patient’s Baby

Some working pregnant women are ready for duty at a moment’s notice. On July 30th, Dr. Amanda Hess, a pregnant obstetrician, was at Frankfort Regional Medical Center in Kentucky to give birth to her second child. She was ready to give birth, but discovered that another pregnant mother, Leah Halliday-Johnson, in the hospital was having complications with her delivery and […]

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Heather Heyer: An American Hero

Heather Heyer: An American Hero

On August 12th, Heather Heyer died while counter-protesting a white nationalist rally gathered in Charlottesville, Virginia. The rally was attended by white supremacists, KKK members, and Neo-Nazis. Heyer was a thirty-two-year-old paralegal living in Charlottesville and wanted to help show that the city did not support the rally’s views. This was Heyer’s first time protesting, but many of her family […]

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Niecy Nash: Diversity Isn’t Just “Black And White Women”

Niecy Nash: Diversity Isn’t Just “Black And White Women”

Niecy Nash, comedian and the leading lady in TNT’s Claws, is eager for more diversity in media. On a recent episode of Netflix’s Chelsea, Nash gushed with Chelsea Handler about the progress made so far in regards to diversity in television. For a while, black women were typecasted to “be the sassy black dot dot dot—sassy black neighbor, sassy black […]

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How To Make Your Eyes Look Bigger With Makeup

How To Make Your Eyes Look Bigger With Makeup

If you didn’t get enough sleep from the night before or if you want to draw more attention to your eyes for your makeup look, the best thing to do is to make your eyes look bigger. This is actually quite simple to do with some core cosmetic products. Alyson shows us how: As someone with hooded lids, I’m always […]

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Self-Care For Your Activist Pursuits

Self-Care For Your Activist Pursuits

In the aftermath of the Charlottesville event, we are reminded, yet again, that the Donald Trump presidency is not normal. We need to be vigilant and unrelenting, but we must engage in self-care to be on top of our game. The first few months of the Donald Trump presidency have been difficult and any feminist and marginalized folks are wondering how […]

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Calling Out White Privilege Isn’t Racist

Calling Out White Privilege Isn’t Racist

This past weekend, the country witnessed a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia. Neo-nazis, the KKK, and white supremacists gathered, holding torches and supporting white nationalism. It quickly escalated to violence between the alt-right attendants and counterprotestors, with three casualties in the process. How did we get to this point? There are many things to unpack to understand the how […]

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The Best Skirt For The Summer Season

The Best Skirt For The Summer Season

JFor the summer heat, the best pieces of clothing are the ones that allow movement and freedom. A flowy pleated skirt, for example, is an essential for any woman’s wardrobe but is also ideal for the warm season. Liat shows us how: If there was one thing that you need to have in your closet, I will probably say a pleated skirt. It’s […]

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How Male Entitlement Fills Everyday Spaces

How Male Entitlement Fills Everyday Spaces

Male entitlement is a product of traditional societal norms. It is cultivated in men as they join a society which usually favors them over the other genders in their careers, relationships, character-standing, and more.  The majority of men aren’t conscious of their privilege, making it incredibly important  to create awareness of it. A few weeks ago, I was having a […]

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Common Misogynistic Workplace “Rules” That Hinder Women’s Careers

Common Misogynistic Workplace “Rules” That Hinder Women’s Careers

Women in any workplace may have heard the following “rules” on how to behave and act. It’s frightening to think how often women are told how to “be” in a professional work setting because it inevitable affects women’s careers. It is our hope that it’s changing, but make sure to recognize such misogyny. I spent days procrastinating before writing the […]

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Comfy Fashion Pieces For Your Closet

Comfy Fashion Pieces For Your Closet

Fashion should be comfortable, first and foremost. So no matter how you style yourself, find fashion pieces that make you feel comfy and cozy. Rina shares her comfortable closet-essentials.  The older I get, the busier life becomes and I find myself valuing comfortable clothing and footwear more and more. Today I will be sharing 5 of my go-to comfort items […]

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50 Feminist Dating Rules

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How many times have you heard that women shouldn’t be picky when it comes to dating? It’s repeated often, but the reality is that women should be picky. They shouldn’t compromise who they are or what they believe in for romantic relationships.  This goes especially for feminists. Back when I used dating apps, the word “feminist” appeared on my profiles. […]

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Hate Crimes Are Happening – We Must Stop Them

Hate Crimes Are Happening – We Must Stop Them

Across the country, racial tensions are still evident in some of our communities. Frightening news reports of hate crimes continue. So it is important now, more than ever, to demonstrate love and compassion with one another. Stay aware. July 19 was something of a busy news day. There was word North Korea was making preparations for yet another provocative missile test. […]

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Wear Daisies In The Summer Sun!

Wear Daisies In The Summer Sun!

Floral prints are fun and fresh, which makes them perfect for the vacation season. While there are many bold floral prints out there, a dainty daisy print is evokes an effortlessly light-hearted aura. See how Liat styles it. Summer calls for light and breathable fabrics that help you deal with the heat, especially when you don’t have any air-conditioner to […]

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Only 14 States Have Exempted The “Tampon Tax”

Only 14 States Have Exempted The “Tampon Tax”

The majority of the United States has a sales tax on menstrual products. Since periods are a very normal and regular experience for women, many think these feminine hygiene products are a necessity and should be an exception for sales tax. In college, I worked as a janitor at night to help cover my rent and food. Going to school […]

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Don’t Be Fooled By Ivanka Trump

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The Trump administration is under scrutiny for Ivanka’s presence at the G20 summit last week, as she was asked to fill in for the president. This caused a controversy because normally this responsibility is reserved for foreign ministers and government officials. Unsurprisingly, she has been criticized for lacking the qualifications needed in order to obtain that privilege, although she is […]

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Barefaced And Beautiful

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Makeup is not a mask. It’s a tool, an accessory, and a form of expression, but for many women, they are intimidated of stepping outside without makeup. However, there’s nothing wrong with being barefaced and it can be quite liberating! Alyson tells us more.  I’ve been going out in public without makeup more and more lately and I’ve been loving it. Back […]

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