Women’s March Protest Song



Yesterday my husband, Sal and I woke up at 3:30am to take a bus to D.C. to join the women’s march. Unfortunately the bus never came to our corner in Park Slope, and so we flocked to the streets of NYC to join the resistance.

This morning I woke up a changed woman. A nasty woman. A woman who saw people globally show up (literally) to every corner of the world to fight for social justice. And for the first time in a long time I feel AWAKE.

This song is inspired by and for all rebels, dreamers, and feminists who want to take the match they lit yesterday and set their soul’s on fire. Continue reading…

Dudes, March with Your Ladies

Salby Sal Mastrocola, No Nets

This Saturday, millions of women will descend upon Washington DC to march against the incoming presidential administration, joined by millions more marching around the globe. I’ll be boarding a DC bound bus this Saturday at 4AM to march with them. My wife has volunteered herself to be captain of said bus. Full disclosure. Continue reading…

Erin’s Favorite Things of 2016

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erinsfavthingsBy Erin Bagwell
Founder of Feminist Wednesday and Director of Dream, Girl

2016 was a night-terror of a year, but it was also a momentous and defining year of my life. It was the year Dream, Girl was released into the world, the year we premiered at the White House, the year we met Oprah, and the year Diana moved to NYC. So in honor of the diamonds in the rough that kept 2016 illuminated, here is my list of favorite things (in no particular order). Continue reading…

Meet Lorri, Creator of Imperfectly Beautiful Designs

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IBDHealing through art is not only beneficial for oneself, but also for those it is shared with. We learn how deeply we connect with others when we express outwardly what we’re feeling through our words, paintings, films, and drawings, and for Lorri of Imperfectly Beautiful Designs, transfer art. We spoke with Lorri this week about her (self taught!) work, and her vision of helping others heal through her handmade pieces. Continue reading…

The Girl Gang Missives Vol. 38

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GGMBy Nicole Belanger
The Girl Gang Missives is a weekly report on the badass things that women are making/creating/building/writing.

This is the last GGM of 2016, my dears! With the holidays just around the corner, I’m going to be taking a little break to spend time with family (this year will be our last Christmas in my childhood home so, you know, *~feelings~*) and work on a new creative project that I’m super excited about! See you after the jump, kids. xo

This week, the women are weaving dreamy art, being radically generous, and making a lot less money than you might think. Continue reading…