Everyday Feminism

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Everyday Feminism is an intersectional feminist online magazine that features articles on the usual intersectional talking points such as sexism, homophobia, racism, religious intolerance, body dysmorphia, and social class. It has a stated mission to help "dismantle" violence, discrimination, and marginalization.[1]

Posts include comics[2] and videos (with text transcripts) in addition to traditional text essays and listicles. Contributing authors include a number of LGBT-identified writers, artists, and activists.[3]

Everyday Feminism is based in United States and focuses on US issues. The site receives over 4.5 million monthly visitors from over 150 countries and has a team of over 40 writers.

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