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Mara Wilson on the Importance of Letting Girls Be Angry

Also in the news: Stephen Hawking has passed away at age 76, and LitHub's new literary advice column. It's your Daily Blunt!


The Stories of Everyday Strong Women, and Why We Need Them

Elizabeth J. Church, author of All the Beautiful Girls, reflects on the strong women she's known, and why their everyday stories are worth reading.


A Look Back at The Feminine Mystique, Which Turns 55 This Year

Fifty-five years after The Feminine Mystique was written, gender equality remains a worthy but elusive goal on the American landscape.


Morgan Jerkins’ Debut Essay Collection Is Exactly What We Need Now

In This Will Be My Undoing, Morgan Jerkins looks with an unflinching eye at the impact of the intersectional oppressions of being black and female.


Literary Primer to Intersectionality: 11 Essential Texts for Every Feminist

We’ve crafted a primer of feminist texts that best illustrate what intersectionality means, whose lives it impacts most, and how to use the word.


24 Best Books to Gift to the Strong Feminist in Your Life

For the feminist book-lover in your life, consider gifting one of these selections in fields that range from history to graphic novels.