Our kinds of stories

We’re brimming with tales to tell. Many of our ideas have been — and will continue to be — sourced from future readers themselves, so we can represent what really matters to them.  We’re building a repository of untold stories with an eye for inclusion, a wide range of authors, and a strong readership community. The female experience often pertains to simply the human experience, so we won’t be surprised if we adopt a a few male readers along the way.Below is just a sample of the stories we’ll explore, along with bite-sized cultural, social and political commentary and profiles of inspiring women.
Mama Rising

Mama Rising

How will climate change and the threat of sea-level rise impact matriarchal societies that have governed indigenous islands around the world?
Herstory

Herstory

From the trio of women who changed our understanding of primates with sponsorship from a common male scientist, to the origin of high heels and makeup, we’ll share fascinating untold slices of women’s history.
#Youtoo

#Youtoo

How has the #MeToo movement played out in developing nations, especially ones where women have fewer rights than men?
Toxic Tradition

Toxic Tradition

Why do women compete instead of collaborating? The psychology and science behind toxic female competitiveness.
Pole Dancing

Pole Dancing

Meet the women taking solo sojourns through Antarctica to advance science, set athletic records, and drive military studies of female endurance in extreme conditions.
She-robot

She-robot

Meet the women emerging as leaders in machine learning—what does feminism look like in an artificially-intelligent world?

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