Tag: Feminism

Video: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie on Feminism

Author of Half a Yellow Sun and Purple Hibiscus, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie is intelligent, culturally aware, hilarious, composed, and a feminist. She is a fantastic, engaging speaker, and you won’t even feel the minutes go by as you tune in to her talk.

The F-Word: What Feminism is NOT

Most of the trouble with feminism isn’t actually related to feminism. It’s confusion. It’s misunderstanding. It’s failure to do a little research. Many people have the absolutely wrong idea about feminism. People make associations that, when compared to real-deal feminism, make no sense. We’ve already made it pretty clear what feminism is, right? Let’s take … Continued

The F-Word: Laci Green Talks Feminism

In our last post, we defined feminism. It’s a word that causes confusion for some – mostly those who don’t bother to look it up – and that is quite detrimental to the largely misunderstood movement. During the month of July, we’re committed to educating you on feminism – it’s definition, misconceptions, the history of … Continued

The F-Word: What is Feminism?

Where feminism is concerned, confusion abounds. People have strong, visceral reactions to the mere mention of the word. Its definition escapes the masses. It requires explaining.   Conversations concerning feminism must, eventually, address two questions: 1. What is feminism? 2. What is not feminism?   For now, let’s focus on what feminism is all about. … Continued

The Other F-word

When this word is spoken, people run for cover. Many men seek shelter, or don every piece of armor imaginable in preparation for the battle of their lives. Many women try to go unnoticed, slipping away as inconspicuously as possible to avoid any chance of association with the term.   This particular F-word is fear-inducing, … Continued