Robin Cloud is a Los Angeles-based comedian, writer, and director. Her first narrative short, Out Again, premiered in March 2017 as part of Refinery29's Shatterbox Anthology. In 2016, Robin launched Cloud Creative Media, a production company focused on creating independent narrative and documentary films and series.
An artist raised on an Owens Valley Paiute reservation in California’s Sierra Nevada, Native American poet and performer Tazbah Rose Chavez draws inspiration from her Nüümü, Diné, and Apache heritage to create powerful, consciousness-raising poetry, film, and music.
Stephanie Hallett is a Toronto-born, Los Angeles-based lifestyle writer and the senior lifestyle editor at HelloGiggles. She was previously an editor at HuffPost and Ms. magazine, and moonlights as a hip-hop dancer and instructor.
Actor, writer, and self-taught filmmaker Mary Neely makes movie-making look easy, directing, editing, and producing her latest short PINK TRAILER, which premiered in North America at 2018's SXSW Festival.
With a focus on gender, third-culture identity, and family, visual artist Yasmine Diaz works with mixed media on paper, drawing, and collage to question and assert her unique experiences as a Yemeni-American artist and feminist.
Jade Phoenix is a fierce story and truth teller, a vulnerable yet dynamic performance poet and actress, aspiring comedian, an informative and engaging cultural producer, and activist that uses her platform and art to shift and change the conversations and dialogue, specifically for trans women/femme and gender non conforming people of color in the arts, academia, and film.
Best known for her fun, funny, and feminist takes on gender, race, and sexuality, stand up comic Janine Brito is currently crushing it as a writer on the third season of Netflix's socially-conscious sitcom One Day at a Time.
An award-winning film director, editor, and producer, Ambika Leigh joined the #MeToo movement in October 2017 when she, along with dozens of women, came forward to accuse Hollywood writer-director James Toback of sexual assault.
Together with four other funny women, Kelly Lohman, Amanda Troop, and Jessica Lynn Verdi make up Ripley Improv, an LA-based improvisation troupe that specializes in devising artful, long-form narratives about women who save the day, save the world, and save each other.
Cameron Airen is a coach who works with clients of all genders to help them better manage their mind and emotions, and get in their bodies so they can experience deeper intimacy, show up more powerfully, and live a more fulfilling life. In addition, she w
Following her 14-year battle with disordered eating, fitness expert Robbie Ann Darby founded RAD Experience, a radical fitness and wellness movement devoted to transforming not only bodies, but lives.
An award-winning choreographer and seasoned dancer from Brazil, Marina Magalhães's choreography draws from her unique background in Afro-Latin and Contemporary dance practices to create a dance theater grounded in subversive politics and deeply personal.
Musicians Emma McCall, Arden and Eva Baldinger make sweet music together as Moonrise Nation, a young, fresh pop-folk ensemble currently touring the U.S.
Best known for her “Courage Has No Gender” campaign, LA-based street artist Meg Zany transforms global cityscapes into fiercely feminist works of public art that draw attention to issues of gender inequality in the hopes of inspiring the world to crea
Inclusive, multicultural stories take centerstage at Bag O' Bones, an art collective dedicated to creating socially-conscious, multimedia visual and performance art content in Los Angeles. Founder Tinks Lovelace and creative partner Francesca Gámez, the
In 2008, author and activist Winnie M. Li was working as a film producer in London when she was violently attacked and raped by a teenage boy while traveling in Northern Ireland. Today, Winnie dedicates her life and career to addressing the issue of sexual assault through the media, the arts, and academia.
Romance novels and feminism? The two may seem like strange bedfellows, but for Bea and Leah Koch, the book lovers behind America’s sole romance-only bookstore The Ripped Bodice, the connection is real.
Best known for her laugh-out-loud performances including her hilarious portrayal of Mitzi Fitzsimmons in the web series Rods and Cones (which she co-created with longtime collaborator Beth Lisick), writer, comedian, and actor Tara Jepsen flips the feminist script with rad projects like Pave The Way, a skateboard design company that celebrates queerness, and her forthcoming debut novel, Like A Dog, a Sister Spit imprint of San Francisco's famed City Lights Publications.
After years of studying and performing theatre in the United States and South Africa, actor, playwright, and activist Brittanie Richardson founded Art and Abolition, a freedom movement and nonprofit organization that uses art as a vehicle to free, heal, and empower young survivors of sexual slavery in Kenya.
Raised in Tijuana, Mexico and educated in the United States, visual artist and designer Tanya Aguiñiga's unique, cross-cultural craft work combines activist and community-based art practices, connecting marginalized communities through creative collaboration and inspiring audiences across the country and beyond its borders to engage in critical conversations about identity, gender, and culture.
A staple of the Los Angeles alt-comedy scene, transgender comedian Riley Silverman brings the house down by raising consciousness, delivering sharp, silly, and darkly humorous takes (inspired by her own experience) on topics like transitioning, harassment, and #TravelingWhileTrans.
Inspired by the fashion needs of both its founder and the larger LGBTQ community, designer Nik Kacy formed Nik Kacy Gender Equal Footwear, a groundbreaking shoe company specializing in the creation of stylish, uniquely unisex footwear for individuals of all gender expressions, paving the way for all people to rock what's in their hearts and souls on their feet without being (shoe)boxed in a gender binary.
With Call Your Girlfriend, a biweekly, unapologetically feminist podcast discussing the latest in pop culture and politics, journalist Ann Friedman and real-life bestie Amina Sow invite listeners to eavesdrop on their phone calls to each other about everything from menstrual cycles to workplace dramas, shattering the tired stereotype of catty and competitive female friendship and shining a bright, powerful light on the bond of sisterhood.
Blending bright colors, playful humor, and fierce feminism, illustrator Mary Purdie's gal-powered gallery of pop culture's most iconic feminist sheroes has drawn thousands of Instagram followers, inspiring meaningful activism and healing laughter through her artwork, while waving a middle finger (or two!) in the patriarchy's face.