“If you go out into the streets in Sweden and say, “Do you want gender equality?” Everyone says yes. However, there are no policies that bring us to those goals,” says Gudrun.
“It was definitely a really big shift! It was kind of a combination of factors that compelled my decision”, says Maryalice Aymong about her career change.
WAF editors interview Robin Becker, the internationally acclaimed dancer and choreographer who has pushed the boundaries of contemporary dance.
When Jessie Auritt, a documentary filmmaker, heard about Naomi Kutin, an Orthodox Jewish girl from New Jersey who broke a world record in powerlifting at age nine, she was immediately interested.
Meet Margaret “Meg” Crane: the “silent” revolutionary.
Lindy West’s recently published memoir, Shrill: Notes from a Loud Woman, makes readers laugh, think, and question existing ideas about women and body image.