Creativity

MOMA To Hold 4th Annual Feminist Wikipedia Edit-A-Thon Giving Visibility To Female Artists

MOMA To Hold 4th Annual Feminist Wikipedia Edit-A-Thon Giving Visibility To Female Artists

Since March is Women’s History Month, and we also get to celebrate International Women’s Day with our global sisters on March 8, it only makes sense that the Museum of […]

March 9, 2017 ×
Illustration Series Shows Disney Princesses Trying To Visit The OBGYN Under A Trump/Pence Administration

Illustration Series Shows Disney Princesses Trying To Visit The OBGYN Under A Trump/Pence Administration

You may remember a series of illustrations and messages we shared a year ago created by writer and sexual health advocate Danielle Sepulveres, and visual artist Maritza Lugo. With the […]

February 15, 2017 ×
Badass Historical Female Trailblazers Brought To Life In “100 Days, 100 Women” Art Series

Badass Historical Female Trailblazers Brought To Life In “100 Days, 100 Women” Art Series

As we gear up to celebrate Women’s History Month in March, we realize this year has an even bigger significance that previous years, mainly because of the political climate we […]

February 10, 2017 ×
Glamour Mag Puts Female Photographers & Stylists In Charge For Its Photoshop-Free Feb Issue

Glamour Mag Puts Female Photographers & Stylists In Charge For Its Photoshop-Free Feb Issue

It is already known as a media destination for all things female, but Glamour magazine has just taken things up a notch for its February 2017 issue. Every single photo […]

February 2, 2017 ×
Sady Doyle’s Book ‘Trainwreck’ Examines The Cultural Obsession With Mocking Rebellious Women

Sady Doyle’s Book ‘Trainwreck’ Examines The Cultural Obsession With Mocking Rebellious Women

Why do we fear a woman behaving badly? Why does it become such tabloid fodder to mock and demean those “crazy” women who rebel and color outside the lines, or […]

January 23, 2017 ×
Mom Creates Feminist Napkin Art Series To Inspire Her Daughter During School Lunches

Mom Creates Feminist Napkin Art Series To Inspire Her Daughter During School Lunches

We all remember how we felt the day after the presidential election. That feeling is starting to compound as inauguration day draws ever closer. With the knowledge that we are […]

January 9, 2017 ×
NYC Art Gallery Exhibition ‘UPRISE’ An Ode To Angry Feminism In Wake Of The Presidential Election

NYC Art Gallery Exhibition ‘UPRISE’ An Ode To Angry Feminism In Wake Of The Presidential Election

This one is for all the “nasty women” everywhere, who felt like a wrecking-ball demolished their world when Donald Trump was elected in November 8, 2016. It is a day […]

January 9, 2017 ×
Leaning In Like A Boss – Hell Hath No Fury Like An Artist Who Values Herself

Leaning In Like A Boss – Hell Hath No Fury Like An Artist Who Values Herself

By Lauren Hom Last week, I received an email from a multi-million dollar company looking for “up and coming illustrators” to “collaborate” on a coloring book in exchange for an […]

December 8, 2016 ×
Canadian Artist Challenges Body Shaming Narratives With Body Positive Coloring Book

Canadian Artist Challenges Body Shaming Narratives With Body Positive Coloring Book

You are all familiar with the narratives: fat = lazy, unhealthy, unlovable, unworthy etc. Even if you had never explicitly heard those very words uttered, the message was most likely […]

November 23, 2016 ×
Artist Series ‘Building Blocks Of Change’ Explores Society’s Expectations Of Women

Artist Series ‘Building Blocks Of Change’ Explores Society’s Expectations Of Women

There are many forms of activism in the world, and one of our favorites is through the medium of art. We have no doubt that every single person reading this […]

November 9, 2016 ×
Marvel Debuts Digital Comic Series Centered Around Real Life Story Of A Syrian Mother

Marvel Debuts Digital Comic Series Centered Around Real Life Story Of A Syrian Mother

We love comic books here at GTHQ and jump at the opportunity to share how this medium is creating diversity and inclusiveness in a world where it is being demanded […]

November 9, 2016 ×
5 Must-Read Feminist Books Which Discuss Sexism, Body Image, Capitalism & Social Media

5 Must-Read Feminist Books Which Discuss Sexism, Body Image, Capitalism & Social Media

There are a number of well-known feminist authors that are often studied in various Gender Studies or Women’s Studies university courses. Names like Simone De Beauvoir, Gloria Steinem, Betty Friedan, […]

November 3, 2016 ×