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Girls Who Code is at it again! High school students Andrea Gonzales and Sophie Houser, two friends who met at the educational computer science program Girls Who Code, created the new video game Tampon Run as their final project, and it's as great as it sounds. (Don't worry, the game is not about sending your dad out during your period and crossing your fingers he buys the right brand.)  Never has a video game so aptly tackled the social stigma ... Read More
1942, Melrose Park Buick, reconditioning spark plugs We bring you a selection of vintage photos of totally inspirational women working together, fixing, and building airplanes! Girl power at its finest!    Luedell Mitchell and Lavada Cherry at the El Segundo Plant Doloras Aldrich at the Douglas Aircraft Company 1943, at the Lockheed-Vega Aircraft Corporation   1943, Marion Schultz, Douglas Aircraft Company, Santa Monica, CA Alma Jean ... Read More

Pussy Riot's Next Move

BY Meg Zulch in Feminizzle |

Originally affecting change through their radical music performances while donning colorful ski masks, Pussy Riot’s next move to reform Russia is perhaps even bolder. Two of the original three members, Nadya Tolokonnikova and Maria Alekhina, are launching an independent news outlet, MediaZona. The focus of the project is to keep Russian citizens informed about the conditions of Russian prisons and courts, an issue these fearless females know all too ... Read More
There’s no question that Nicki Minaj is a queen in her own right. She inspires millions, being one of a small number of female rappers who made the big time. In many of her songs and videos, she’s fierce, confident and quite literally annihilating the male gaze (like in the video for her single “Lookin’ Ass”). All that being said, it’s hard to deny that Nicki Minaj embraces some form of feminism. But is her brand of ... Read More
An incredibly brave young woman at Columbia University is making a bold declaration against her rapist, her school and anyone who stands in the way of justice for herself and women across the nation. Emma Sulkowicz faced what, unfortunately, many female students fear today: she was raped in her dorm room on her first day of her sophomore year of college, and as if that weren’t appalling enough, her school’s administration failed to seek rightful ... Read More
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