The Aerogram
Superwoman and Humble the Poet bring #LEH to the mainstream

How to make Indian breads in a Canadian kitchen

All Hours
High above the noise

Hyphen nation

The Atlantic
How "citizen housewives" made food cheaper and safer
The women who made the market for vibrators

Atlas Obscura
How the 1963 'career girl murders' bolstered the myth that cities aren’t safe for women
The 1920s 'circus girl' who fought sexism - with tigers
The feminist architect who tried to liberate kitchens from houses
When American feminists were pilloried for daring to wear bloomers
Was our 21st president secretly Canadian?

The Awl
How Esquire engineered the modern bachelor

The Billfold
The cost of getting your driver's license in Canada
The Creative Apprentice (series)

Bitch Media
Why are British TV teen shows so much better than American ones?

cléo: a journal of film and feminism
An interview with Amanda Kernell
Roundtable: sex at summer camp!
Killer waves: Beach Girls and the Monster

Meet the funny women behind Full Frontal with Samantha Bee
Interview: Diksha Basu's The Windfall

Globe and Mail
Review: Naben Ruthnum's Curry
Review: Meaghan O'Connell's And Now We Have Everything

Author guide: Rainbow Rowell
Author guide: Nora Ephron

The Hairpin
Where we are: a journey through teen fandom
Your place, your people: an interview with Elisha Lim
Our eyebrows, our selves

Anger too big to ignore
Roundtable: Valley Of The Dolls
The new daughters of Bollywood

The long, strange life of the Mrs. America pageant

When salad was manly AF

Lenny Letter
The artist who's giving side-eye to the art world
The Lenny Interview: Njideka Akunyili Crosby
Alma Thomas at the Studio Museum of Harlem
How Instagram's Hatecopy speaks to the South Asian diaspora

Lucky Peach
The bloody caesar (print only, issue #17)

The Oyster Review
I want to believe

Pacific Standard
A history of the subtle sexism of home technology 

New icons series: the temporary gentlewoman

Arts profile: Vivek Shraya (print only, issue #33)

Teen Vogue
"Everything, Everything" director Stella Meghie on working with Amandla Stenberg and bringing the novel to the big screen

The unequal history of African American gun rights

The Toast
On Mississippi Masala and being seen
Cagney & Lacey: a guide to female friendship
On Kit Pearson and the nature of reading CanLit
Bend it like Beckham: a celebration