Creativity

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 ×
Artist Creates An Awesome Illustration Series Celebrating #100DaysOfBadassBabes From Around The World

Artist Creates An Awesome Illustration Series Celebrating #100DaysOfBadassBabes From Around The World

Julie Van Grol is seriously the teacher we wish we had in college! This badass babe is based in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and teaches at the Minneapolis College of Art & […]

October 5, 2016 ×
Brooklyn Museum Set To Open 10 Part Exhibit “A Year Of Yes: Reimagining Feminism”

Brooklyn Museum Set To Open 10 Part Exhibit “A Year Of Yes: Reimagining Feminism”

Get us to the Brooklyn Museum, stat! More specifically, we want to be there from October 21st through to early 2018 for a 10-part exhibit that is unfolding in the […]

September 28, 2016 ×
Author’s New Book ‘The Trouble With Women’ A Series Of Short Stories About Feminism, Violence & Life In India

Author’s New Book ‘The Trouble With Women’ A Series Of Short Stories About Feminism, Violence & Life In India

If you are looking for an honest, intelligent, insightful and downright feminist peek into the lives of women in India, award-winning journalist and author Meghna Pant’s latest book ‘The Trouble […]

September 27, 2016 ×
“It Happened” Photo Series Shows How The Justice System Protects Perpetrators, Fails Victims

“It Happened” Photo Series Shows How The Justice System Protects Perpetrators, Fails Victims

In August we published a series of images from photographer and college student Yana Mazurkevich, who in collaboration with media platform Current Solutions found a creative yet powerful way to […]

September 16, 2016 ×
Artist & Activist Cori Redstone Talks To Us About Feminism, Mormonism, Education & The Environment

Artist & Activist Cori Redstone Talks To Us About Feminism, Mormonism, Education & The Environment

We first learned about artist and activist Cori Redstone in this interview with Slug Magazine where she spoke about her then-upcoming exhibition ‘The Women’s Association of Lecherous Trechery: The Utah […]

September 8, 2016 ×
Award-Winning Artist Releases “Four Wise Men” – A Poem Giving Voice To The Victims Of Rape

Award-Winning Artist Releases “Four Wise Men” – A Poem Giving Voice To The Victims Of Rape

Dipti Kulkarni is a New Jersey resident is a Software Engineer by profession and an Artist by passion. We have featured her compelling work on our site before, where she […]

August 31, 2016 ×
New Illustrated Book Showcases 50 Female Pioneers In Science To Inspire Young Girls

New Illustrated Book Showcases 50 Female Pioneers In Science To Inspire Young Girls

When it comes to increasing the number of women in STEM fields (science, technology, engineering and math) we could give you data and statistics all day, every day. For instance, […]

August 26, 2016 ×
India’s 1st Female Rapper Hard Kaur On Feminism, New Single ‘Sherni’ & Why She’s “Had Enough”

India’s 1st Female Rapper Hard Kaur On Feminism, New Single ‘Sherni’ & Why She’s “Had Enough”

For those who don’t speak Hindi, allow rapper Hard Kaur to give you a crash course that you are not likely to forget. She is better known as India’s first […]

August 23, 2016 ×