Nicole Froio

Nicole Froio is a Brazilian journalist currently based in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. She writes about feminism, human rights, politics, mental health issues, pop culture, books and the media. She was born in São Paulo but moved a lot as a kid, which hinders her ability to root down in only one place in adulthood. Her favorite genres of book are fantasy, YA fiction, romance and any book that requires the main character to find themselves. An avid intersectional feminist, her tolerance for bigotry is extremely low. Blog: Words by Nicole Froio Twitter: @NicoleFroio

Quotes About Impostor Syndrome by Famous Authors

Ever feel like you're not good enough at your job, even though you objectively are? That's Imposter Syndrome.

5 Books about Bisexual Women of Color

Novels that feature bisexual women of color.

Inspirational Harry Potter Quotes for When You Need a Pick Me Up

I certainly do, and inspirational Harry Potter quotes are one of my go-to for a cheer up. Here are favorite and most inspiring quotes from the books.

Best #RuinABookInOneLetter Tweets

Bookish Twitter is the best at jokes.

5 Books About Girls and Their Dogs

Do you find it rough to find books about girls and their dogs? Ask no more, here is a list of books that explore relationships between girls and their dogs.

Why Hillary Clinton’s WHAT HAPPENED is a Historically Important Book

You don't have to like Clinton to recognize that a book from the first female Presidential candidate from a major party matters.

The Best #BetterNamesForHillarysBooks Tweets

Hillary Clinton's new memoir is called "What Happened," but a better name might be "I Told Y'all"

Kickstart This: The First All-Trans Comics Anthology

Back the Kickstarter for the first all-trans comics anthology, We're Still Here

Reflections on Finally Watching THE CURSED CHILD, from a Die Hard Potterhead

This Potterhead had some thoughts after finally watching HARRY POTTER AND THE CURSED CHILD performed onstage.

Reading as a Way to Refuel: Being a Feminist in a Dumpster Fire World

Feminist reads for when you're in the throes of activism burn-out.