By Sylvie Baumgartel
I pull down my black dress & feed my child.
True domination means That all of the desires & impulses Come from the submissive;
Sometimes when I getMy period,I wake up & my bed Is a massacre.
I can take even more Than he can give.
By Nicola Sebastian, Photography by Hannah Reyes Morales
In the wake of postwar trauma, and absent any formal restitution, a group of Filipina women have forged their own path toward healing.
By Ama Codjoe
Three nudes crudely drawn. One crouching,
back turned, right hand feeding the turtle
of the painting’s title; another sitting, as if in a chair,
head bowed, eyes downcast; and a central
Koreatown, Los Angeles
Gwendolyn Brooks stood stark naked.I stared into her bespectacled eyes.
Ms. Brooks showed me how to tend to myself by scrubbing dead skin
By Rachel Vorona Cote, Illustrations by Johanna Goodman
The Rise of the Feminist Anachronistic Costume Drama
By Layla Benitez-James
We found ourselves without our grandfather. We found ourselves faced with stacks of naked women and reels of naked women. We found ourselves
Tell me you’re that somebodywho gets pregnant after living one month in an orphanage. Tell me you’re the one who has your baby a year later