Gabi Chepurny
Gabi Chepurny

National Coming Out Day, Ally Edition

You have to stand for something, or you'll fall for anything.

5 Ways the Myth Of the 'Depressed Woman' Hurts Men

Is your depression the manly type?

These Organizations Are Here to Make Your Period Suck Less

Crankytown and Huru International are working to make sanitary products available to girls around the world, increasing school attendance and reducing the spread of disease.

This Journalist Is Standing Up For Equal Pay For Her Work

Philadelphia journalist Tara Murtha files suit against her employer citing a sexually discriminatory work environment as her main complaint.

This New Bakery Aims to Cheer You Up With Every Cupcake

A pop up bakery that began in the UK is dishing out depressing treats and coming to a city near you.

7 Women Who Fought To Keep America Free

This 4th of July, let's acknowledge the work of seven women who dedicated their lives to the cause of freedom for all.

"Feminism" Defined: A Detailed Look at One of the Most Controversial Labels Today

The word alone sparks controversy and strong feelings among many, but wait, what does it actually mean to be a feminist?

Vice Magazine Suicide: Magazine Learns a Thing Or Two About Using Mental Illness to Sell Copies

As usual, Vice Magazine sparked controversy with its content. However this time around, they actually issued an apology.

This 14-Year-Old North Dakotan Knows More About Good Government Than Her State Lawmakers

With the end of North Dakota's 63rd legislative session comes tax relief, oil mining funds, and disappointment on most other issues.
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Scott Walker: Wisconsin Governor and Legislature Make Plans to Shut Down State News Outlet

The Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism may be pushed from its office at the University of Wisconsin in Madison in an apparent political move made by the GOP.
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Bangladesh Factory Collapse: Sweatshop Labor Can (and Does) Happen Here, Too

Garment factories have become common practice overseas, but what many people don't realize is that sweatshops aren't limited to land abroad.

#MyGirlfriendNotAllowedTo: Trending Twitter Hashtag Promotes Violence Against Women, Even Though It's Tongue-and-Cheek

From trending hashtags to rape pages on Facebook, the newest internet craze has become violence against women.

Raha Moharrak: First Saudi Woman to Climb Mount Everest

Moharrak breaks stereotypes by becoming the first woman from her country to climb Mount Everest.
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This College Rudely Asks For Donations From Recent Graduates

Members of the class of 2013 are suffering, yet universities still feel that they can begin to solicit donations even before students have officially graduated.
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Heidelberg Project Arson Yet Another Blow to Struggling Detroit

Detroit, a once thriving city, now seems to be on its last legs.
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This West Virginia Lawmaker Thinks Children Should Have to Work For School Lunches

A West Virginia lawmaker feels elementary school students should have to work for their lunch, because according to him there shouldn't be an "easy way out."

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BarstoolU Takes Slut Shaming to a New Level With "10 Sluttiest Colleges in America" List

College women get hit hard with the "Top 10 Sluttiest Colleges in America" compilation.