Why Taylor Swift’s Squad is a Good Thing for Feminism

By Sierra O’Mara Schwartz From “Real Housewives” to “The Hills” to “The Bachelor,” there is nothing that America loves to see more than women tearing each other down. Nothing sells more than girl drama, whether it is scripted or fake or somewhere ambiguously in between. Friendships between women are portrayed in the media as fleeting and fake ....more

The Top 10 #LoveWins Memes

I think we can all agree that last week was PRETTY COOL...more

Need a Costume for Comic-Con?

This is a sponsored post. If you’re interested in doing a sponsored post with The Feminist Feline, please check out my Sponsor Page. If you’re a true geek like me, you’ve had San Diego Comic-Con in your calendar for months ....more

Historical Context and Why It’s Important

By Alex Miller Last week, as I was scrolling through my feed on Twitter in an attempt to avoid writing a paper for class, I came across this tweet: ...more

On Mean Girls

Yesterday I received a message from a girl I was in a sorority with in college on why she unfriended me. It was a fairly long message explaining why she had done so...more

Nominate The Feminist Feline for The Indie Chick’s Badass Blog Awards!

The Feminist Feline turns three this June (#WHATTHEWHAT)! Do you know who else just turned three? Blue Ivy turned three in January ....more

My Response to the Ad in the Washington Post Denying the Armenian Genocide

On Friday morning, I wrote a letter to the Washington Post’s advertising department in response to a full-page ad that appeared on the back of Thursday, April 23’s paper. The ad – which the New York Times rejected – is an open letter to President Obama from the Turkish American National Steering Committee that denies the Armenian genocide that occurred a century ago and killed an estimated 1.5 million Armenians. Two weeks ago Pope Francis recognized the events as “the first genocide of the 20th century.” The ad in the Post...more

Clinton/Stark 2016

Sunday was without a doubt the most important day of 2015 thus far. Why? For one, Hillary Clinton FINALLY launched her campaign for president ....more

Who Run Comedy? Girls.

Women have always been in the spotlight when it comes to comedy on TV. From “I Love Lucy,” which was the most watched show in the United States in four of its six seasons to “30 Rock,” which won 16 Emmy awards, women have ruled the comedic silver screen. Yet despite how successful sitcoms lead by women are, women continued to be shut down and told they aren’t funny ....more