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Feministing

Q&A: Lori Adelman on the Future of Feministing

by: Blaine Skrainka


Catching up with Feministing.com executive director Lori Adelman to talk feminism in the modern media landscape.

Tags: Activism, Blaine Skrainka, blogging, Feministing, feminst, Interviews, LGBT, The Wild Magazine, women, world
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Women Were the First Artists. Surprised?

by: Glori Blatt


Hold on to your biased gendered assumptions ladies and gentlemen: archeologist Dean Snow recently completed a study claiming that the prehistoric cave paintings of Europe were created primarily by women, not men. Snow’s study Sexual […]

Tags: Arts, cave paintings, Dean Snow, El Castillo, Feminism, Glori Blatt, Roberto Ontanon Peredo, Sexual Dimorphism in European Upper Paleolithic Cave Art, The Wild Magazine, women
Jan Lisman Art Beat International Women's Day

Some Words To Make a Change

by: The WILD


In celebration of International Women’s Day, Mann & Miller teamed with director Jan Lisman to produce the short film ‘Some Words to Make A Change.’ The clip features the compelling words of Ash Bhalla performed […]

Tags: Alexandra Golovanoff, Amanda Seyfried, Ana Girardot, Arizona Muse, Ash Bhalla, Bianca Brandolini, Cara Delevingne, Carine Roitfeld, Caroline de Maigret, Caroline Gaimari, Cecile Cassel, Claire Courtin, Clotilde Courau, Elena Perminova, Francesca Versace, Giovanna Battaglia, International Women's Day, Isabeli Fontana, Jan Lisman, Josephine de la Baume, Karlie Kloss, Laetitia Crahay, Leigh Lezark, Lindsey Wixson, Lou Lesage, Mann & Miller, Margherita Missoni, Miroslava Duma, Mlle Agnes, Sonia Sieff, Sophia Hesketh, Stephanie Lacava, Tallulah Harlech, The Wild Magazine, Virginie Courtin, Virginie Ledoyen, women, world, Yi Zhou
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Attn: “You Don’t Own Me!”

by: Kate Mottola


Check out the recent attention-grabbing, lip-syncing, and vag-(em)powered PSA on not voting Mitt Romney 2012. Brought to us by artist Sarah Sophie Flicker (whom you may recognize from the Citizens Band) and a handful of […]

Tags: Justin Vivian Bond, Kate Mottola, Lesley Gore, Miranda July, Mitt Romney, Obama, PSA, Sia, women
Malala Yousafzai WILD mag world

The School Girl

by: Sarah Kess


On October 9, armed militants in Pakistan’s Swat Valley stopped a bus carrying children home from school. Which girl, the militants wanted to know, was Malala Yousufzai, the 14 year-old blogger and activist? When two […]

Tags: Education, Girl Scouts, Girls, Hillary Clinton, Malala Yousufzai, Pakistan, Sarah Kess, school, Taliban, The Wild Magazine, women
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Girl Power! part four – Au Revoir Simone

by: Diego Martínez


Groups fronted by women go a long way. Ever since our mothers dreamt about gangsta lovers a-la The Shangrilas or when they stared at themselves in the mirror, comb in hand, extending their arm to […]

Tags: Annie Hart, Au Revoir Simone, Diego Martinez, Erika Forster, Girl Power, Heather D'Angelo, music, The Wild Magazine, women
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Girl Power! part three – Girl in a Coma

by: Diego Martínez


Groups fronted by women go a long way. Ever since our mothers dreamt about gangsta lovers a-la The Shangrilas or when they stared at themselves in the mirror, comb in hand, extending their arm to […]

Tags: Diego Martinez, Frida Khalo, Girl in a Coma, Girl Power, Interviews, Jenn Alva, Joan Jett, Kathleen Hanna, music, Nina Diaz, Phanie Diaz, Selena, The Smiths, The Wild Magazine, women
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Girl Power! part two – Stone Darling

by: Diego Martínez


Groups fronted by women go a long way. Ever since our mothers dreamt about gangsta lovers a-la The Shangrilas or when they stared at themselves in the mirror, comb in hand, extending their arm to […]

Tags: Diego Martinez, Girl Power, Interviews, music, Stone Darling, The Wild Magazine, women
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Girl Power! part one – The Pipettes

by: Diego Martínez


Groups fronted by women go a long way. Ever since our mothers dreamt about gangsta lovers a-la The Shangrilas or when they stared at themselves in the mirror, comb in hand, extending their arm to […]

Tags: Bobbles Wobblecat, Diego Martinez, Girl Power, Interviews, music, The Pipettes, The Wild Magazine, women
Same Sky

All Women Live Under the Same Sky

by: Sarah Kess


The fair-trade company Same Sky is known for its signature pieces: the crocheted, hand-blown glass bead bracelets that have been worn by everyone from Liza Minnelli to Chelsea Clinton. The popular bracelets look like they […]

Tags: artisans, bracelets, Fashion, genocide, HIV, Rwanda, Same Sky, Sarah Kess, The Wild Magazine, women, world, Zambia

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