5 Reasons Why Feminist Grammarians Should Embrace the Singular “They”

By Allison Epstein I’m what you could call a “words person.” On top of working as an editor for Adios Barbie, I’m an English Lit grad who writes for an agency by day and freelance proofreads by night. So you bet your bottom dollar I give a damn about where folks are putting their apostrophes. I have stronger feelings about em … [Read more...]

10 Things All White Folks Need to Consider About the #BaltimoreUprising

By Jamie Utt for Everyday Feminism, cross-posted with permission As I reflect upon the most recent Baltimore Uprising taking place in the wider movement for racial justice in the United States, I can’t help but be simultaneously frustrated and inspired by the White people in my life. I’m inspired by White friends and mentors … [Read more...]

For Michael Brown and Ferguson: Facing White Fears of Blackness and Taking Action to End White Supremacy

By Criss Crass at Everyday Feminism, cross-posted with permission The police murder of Michael Brown and the courageous resistance of his family and the Black community in Ferguson, Missouri, have once again brought the attention of the country to the devastating reality of racist violence, structural inequality, and the need … [Read more...]