this film is exposing the forced sterilisation of native americans
'Amá' is essential watching.
Clementine de Pressigny
rebecca traister wants women to stay furious
The acclaimed author talks to i-D about her new book, #MeToo, and the looming threat of Brett Kavanaugh.
stormy daniels wants to donate $130k to planned parenthood in trump’s name
About time the organisation gets a little help from him.
this righteous badass has been taking selfies with all the men who catcall her
Street harassment is never a compliment, but the men of #DearCatcallers have no idea that she’s shaming them — and that’s the problem.
revealing photographs of polish immigrant women in belgium
Photographer Maria Baoli explores how four Polish women living in Belgium see and define themselves.
how school girls fought for feminism in the 60s and 70s
Sick of being excluded from the mainstream Women’s Rights movement, a new generation of teen activists created their own revolutions in the school yard.
repeal sweaters, abortion in ireland and the changing fashion of women’s liberation
Throughout history, fashion has been both an obstacle and a tool for women’s liberation. A series of jumpers in Ireland have now risen to the challenge of fighting against the country’s abortion ban.
anja rubik joins the abortion law protests in poland
The model and activist talks about the fight for women's rights in her home country.
what did international women’s day really mean to australians?
We headed down to the Melbourne rally to find out what, and who, people were marching for.
the complete post-march action guide
A 10-point plan for staying engaged and optimistic in the year ahead.
life after the women’s march: what next?
Keep Saturday’s protest going with 10 actions in 100 days.
meet the australians who marched for equality this weekend
We spoke to protesters in Sydney about what they’re fighting for in 2017, and why they remain hopeful.