Third Wave Feminism: Where It Has Been and Where It Still Has to Go

by Lucia Zheng Recently, in a conversation with a group of highly accomplished, intelligent young men, I was told, with great insistence and conviction, that “third wave feminism has no place in the 21st century”. I’ll give them some credit for their investment in this conversation. They cited women’s suffrage, Title IX and access to birth control as major accomplishments of the feminist movement. But … Continue reading Third Wave Feminism: Where It Has Been and Where It Still Has to Go

six am

An anonymous poem Six a.m. We lie, lying on these zero-slopes, lying to ourselves Unencumbered by the light that forces us to face eternal gloom, we zoom- Out of reality, leaving it a speck, horrifyingly tangible yet so far down repressed: Like a spring it will take rise, but relish as we must the intermediary time. We ourselves are poisoned, poisoned by our beds to … Continue reading six am

coven

A photo series by Sofia Sears & Peter Stern; thanks to Liz and Kayla for modeling. This photo series was inspired by the song “Oh Henry,” sung quite hauntingly and brilliantly by Judy Henske. It plays off of the historical prosecution of women; the oppression targeted at women directly through the label of “witches,” particularly teenage girls. In film, literature, pop culture, and history, this timeless, … Continue reading coven