International Women’s Day: 5 Feminist Features

By March 8, 2018Editorial

It’s International Women’s Day and we’re celebrating by showing off some of our fierce, feminist publishers leading the pack. These publications strive to amplify marginalized voices and have built their brands on a truly intersectional outlook. Celebrate Women’s History Month with us by checking out the publications below!

F Word

F WORD seeks to explore feminism in its present-day cultural context as a unifying, anti-oppressive, intersectional force. This publication features inspirational poetry and writing paired with beautiful, vulnerable art pieces.

Ginger the Zine

Ginger the Zine is committed to supporting the work of self-identified women and queer/trans/gender non-conforming individuals and strives to share the experiences and distinctive voices of those who identify as such. Ginger shares the stories and works of a range of talented independent artists and calls itself “networked feminism”.

Riot Power

This feminist feature is UNC Chapel Hill’s intersectional feminist magazine that advocates an intersectional feminist analysis of our environments, both individual and institutional. Riot Power feels like an old-school zine from the 90s with wild and wonderful collage works.

FEM Magazine

Founded in 1973, UCLA’s feminist newsmagazine is dedicated to the empowerment of all women, the promotion of human rights, the recognition of gender diversity and the application of intersectional feminism. FEM features thought-provoking articles and creative imagery to match.

Susie Magazine

Susie Magazine is a bi-annual creative publication that presents cutting-edge interdisciplinary work to amplify women, trans and non-binary voices. Featuring the works of a variety of artists, Susie strives to amplify the voices that need to be heard.

Who are some of your favorite feminist publishers? Let us know in the comments!



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