Through comedy, feminist improviser and creator of goodgirlsarentfunny.com Holly Mandel empowers funny women to say HELL yes, and... "f*ck it!", to bust their inner good girls, and to "build their own sandboxes" in which to play (No boys necessary!).
Chicana punk rock pioneer Alice Bag sounds off on making art out of rage, finding her feminist voice, and reveals "the greatest hurt" she could do to herself: to not live by her own convictions.
Writer and comic book creator Christy Marx chronicles the origin story of her "soul obsession" with super heroes, considers why Jem and The Holograms strikes such a chord with feminist fans, and offers her advice for breaking into the comic book industry's boys club (hint: Let nothing stop you!).
Transgender actor, writer, and comedian D'Lo raps about how hip hop inspired his feminism, storytelling as a tool for self-discovery, and his gratitude for directors who challenge him to face his stinky "shit."
The political is poetic as feminist writer and climate change activist Rebecca Solnit opens up about mansplaining, the change-making nature of "naming things", and why we all need an education in hope.
Five Nights in Maine filmmaker Maris Curran sounds off on empathetic cinema, the critical role of "champions" in taking a story from script to screen, and exposing the behind-the-scenes barriers keeping women from calling the shots in Hollywood.
LA-based artist and feminist fashionista Whitney Bell chats about reclaiming 'cunt', combating harassment one dick pic at a time, and how her art's signature spoonful of sugar helps the feminism go down.
Transgender actor and activist Scott Turner Schofield shares his personal "trans moment," his thoughts on transforming Hollywood into a more inclusive space, and the greatest challenges facing trans people today and what we can all do promote wider trans acceptance.
Exhibit creators Emma Thorne-Christy and Krista Ulman share the inspiration behind their newest Los Angeles installation, Laughing Matters: The Experiences of Women in Stand-Up Comedy, and reveal how the uniquely unfunny challenges faced by women, queer people, and people of color in comedy are no joke.
Queercore queen Michelle Tea opens up about her new book, Black Wave, her lesbian feminist separatist nervous breakdown, and why Aquarians rule!
Brooklyn-based hip hop trio Hand Job Academy raps about street harassment, body positivity, the challenges of growing up girl.
Transgender performance artist Justin Vivian Bond talks gender nonconformity, creative inspiration, and the art of becoming the person one has always dreamed of being.