I spent months noticing when men walked toward us without even slowing their pace because they expected us to clear the path.
If white women really want to topple the patriarchy, they need to step up.
The crowds laughed as President Trump made fun of the woman accusing his Supreme Court nominee of attempted rape.
One woman tried to steal the baby Jesus from the Vatican's Nativity scene.
Lifetime's "Surviving R. Kelly" reminds us that we've fostered a culture of disregard for black girlhood.
21st century chivalry must recognize that being chivalrous doesn’t have to be about protecting, but supporting.
Patriarchal systems will break down when women stop holding themselves and fellow women to its ridiculous standards.
Christine Stoddard is the creator of Forget Fairytales, including the Wise Walrus series, which regularly runs on Feminist
It's hard not to feel overwhelmed. It's hard to know where to start. We've been thinking about it and talking about it constantly, and one of the simplest, most gratifying and empowering responses I can think of is for all of us to just stop giving those people pleasure.