An interview with the guy behind one of the most controversial signs from the Women's March

The day after Donald Trump took his oath of office, people came out in droves to make history and protest for women’s rights. Somewhere between 3.6 million and 4.6 million protesters nationwide showed up, according to The New York Times. But in the days leading up to, and in the days after, the march, some people of…

Taking a closer look at three viral signs about race and racism from the Women's March

At protests, signs are the vessel by which people are able to individuate and highlight personal issues and concerns in a large crowd. On Saturday, signs were everywhere at The Women’s March on Washington, a protest for women’s rights that exceeded expectations after an estimated 500,000 people descended upon the…

Anti-Trump protesters didn’t stop the inauguration, but they sure made it a pain in the ass

On Wednesday, as visitors began trickling into Washington, D.C. and merch stalls starting hawking their wares, queer activists held a dance party in front of Mike Pence’s house. They churned out last-minute press releases and publicly sparred with conservative activist James O’Keefe, whose secret recordings seek to…

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