Cassandra Leveille
Cassandra Leveille

Stop Fawning Over Male Feminists

Why are we giving gold stars to any man who calls himself a feminist?

4 Ways the Media Got the Wendy Davis Story Wrong

The mainstream media mischaracterized several details surrounding the Wendy Davis filibuster, with consequences for how activism is framed going forward.

5 Arrests That Prove We Don't Live in a Post-Racial Society

These five arrests make a mockery of justice and prove marginalized groups are more aggressively targeted by the state than ever.

3 Pro Tips For Millennial Freelance Writers

While freelancing presents its challenges, millennials may be in a prime position to face these down.

Eden Foods Birth Control: The Hidden Agenda of an Organic Giant

Eden Foods' recent lawsuit to reject the birth control mandate under religious exemptions reveals how activism must become integral to the organic movement, transcending class status.

40% Of American Workers Will Be Freelancing Within 10 Years

Freelancers will become 40% of the workforce by 2020; an estimate which should spur the government to action to create systemic reforms.


Do Freelancers Need Their Own Union?

Job creation has been a high priority on the national agenda, particularly for millennials, but more attention needs to be paid to what kinds of jobs are created.

4 Awesome, Activist Things Millennial Feminists Should Do in 2013

While 2012 was a monumental year for young feminists, we cannot be complacent in 2013. Here are the top four things millennial feminists should focus on this year.

2012 Popular Vote: Young Voter Turnout, Feminist Gains this Election Were No Mistake

While pundits and politicians alike focused on getting out the vote before the election, the role of slower forms of political activism and organizing, online and off, must not be forgotten.

Obama vs. Romney: When It Comes to Feminist Issues, Both Candidates Lose

As the election nears, feminists must reflect on the issues which remain outside of the discourse of the presidential debates and ways to make politicians and the media alike address such issues.