The best way to start the conversation around sex work is to listen to actual sex workers. Learn more on the topic with these books, including Whip Smart: The True Story of a Secret Life by Melissa Febos.
Take a trip to PEYTON PLACE and learn about the legacy and turbulent life of Grace Metalious, author of the controversial classic.
Don’t miss some of the year’s best African fiction and nonfiction–check out these 2020 books by African women of color, including Transcendent Kingdom by Yaa Gyasi.
How to tell the difference between Mary Wollstonecraft, Mary Shelley, and the Mary Wollstonecraft statue.
If you are here af for the discourse and the artists or would like to be, these books like WAP are the ones you should pick up.
A deep dive into the history of book clubs, including Black and Queer book club spaces.
Books that explore the extraordinary life and work of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
This must-read list of fat-positive romance features queer representation and spans multiple sub-genres, including titles like Guarding Temptation by Talia Hibbert.
Essential Black feminist books, non-fiction, and comics that are full of Black feminist thought, critiques, storytelling and analysis, including The Year of the Witching by Alexis Henderson and more.
These 2020 books upholding the Gothic feminist tradition are full of pent-up emotion and psychological tensions.
Celebrate the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment by reading some of these 20 books about women's suffrage. Books for all ages are included.
A curated selection of museum exhibitions that explore the visual history of women's suffrage, with further reading on the suffrage movement.
How the anti suffrage movement showed up in literature of the day, and how we can still find this sentiment in some of today's media.
We often hear about women's suffrage in the U.S. and UK, but what about elsewhere? Learn about women's suffrage movements across the globe with these books.
Young adult books featuring girls and women fighting for voting rights and taking hold of one’s own life instead of following what’s written, such as The Downstairs Girl by Stacey Lee.