Global Tax

The Global Tax System and The True Toil of Tax

Talking about tax is always tricky. It’s not the most enthralling topic and it’s not the easiest to wrap your head around. Terminology like ‘tax

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Menstruation and Inclusivity

A few hours before we rang in 2016, Malaka Gharib from NPR published the article “Why 2015 Was The Year Of The Period, And We

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Bodily Autonomy for Pregnant Women?

We all know the horror stories of strangers coming up and touching a pregnant woman’s protruding stomach, sometimes accompanied by especially lovely statements like “It

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nude selfies

Nude Selfies: Empowerment and Feminism in Social Media

In March 2016, TV reality star Kim Kardashian took to Instagram and posted a nude (yet censored) selfie, showing off her voluptuous postnatal body. As

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Internet Dating Made Me A ‘Bitch’

Internet dating was a test of my ability to withstand sexual harassment. What was interesting about this was not the harassment itself, which was often

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Oscar Lopez Rivera

America’s Ignored Political Prisoner, Oscar López Rivera

Author’s Note: This is the fourth article in a new exclusive series for Guerrilla Feminism titled “Porto Rico: America’s Forgotten Colony.” The title was ‘inspired’

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Yes, Women’s Last Names are Ours

In contemporary American society, the choice that a woman makes as whether to keep her birth name or take on her husband’s last name if

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coloring books

11 Feminist Coloring Books

If you’ve wondered how you might combine your love of feminism and your love of coloring, I’ve got the list for you. I’ve scoured the

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Trump Mocked a Person For Having My Kid’s Disability

For months I have avoided writing on the incident where Trump mocked a disabled reporter, not wanting to give any more attention to a campaign

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drag race

Great Moments from Season Eight of RuPaul’s Drag Race

It’s that time of the year again: the sun is shinning (in the west coast at least), the birds are chirping, and the flowers are

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gender studies

5 Things I’ve Learned As a Women’s and Gender Studies Student

As I approach my college graduation, I can’t help but reflect on the past four years and how much I’ve grown intellectually. Coming into college,

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My Hair: Yes, I am Positive I Want a #2 on the Side

I should probably go in. It’s been thirty minutes. I feel ridiculous for being so anxious. My initial rationalization was that I would be more

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8 Feminist Apps You Should Check Out

Feminism is in it for the long haul. A century ago feminists were lobbying for the vote by plastering public spaces with flyers and soapboxing

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7 Women Artists to Know About

As a feminist site, we’re all for celebrating women using their voices and what better way to speak up than by doing it through art?

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The Disenfranchisement of Woman Characters of Color

Feminists and fandoms alike have reveled in great manifestations of women empowerment in our media. However, as much as people will try to dismiss it,

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Fatima mernissi

Women we love: Fatima Mernissi

Fatima Mernissi passed away in November 2015 and that’s how I learned about her. She is a Moroccan Muslim Feminist who published several books that

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Why I Can’t Stop Drinking the ‘Lemonade’

I’m sure most of you are tired of the Lemonade talk, but Bae is my girl and I just couldn’t go on without giving my

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Consciousness Raising and the Art of Talking to Each Other

Last week I got together with a few girlfriends I went to college with, all of us Women’s Studies majors. We’ve all been in and

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Life as a Young Female Director

Ever since I saw my first Quentin Tarantino movie, I knew I wanted to be a director. I wanted to make art. When I saw

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Louis O'Neill

A Feminist Professor’s Thoughts On Asking for It by Louise O’Neill

***This article contains spoilers*** As a professor of Women’s and Gender Studies, I’ve noticed it is not uncommon for students to enroll in my courses

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