The word “bitch” conjures up images of female genital mutilation, and while those images have become part of the mainstream, the word is more frequently associated with the women’s movement.
In 2016, the movement was at the forefront of pushing for gender equality in politics, media, academia and the workplace, but that didn’t stop women from coming together in the past.
They didn’t just get together to protest Trump; they formed a women’s feminist organization, launched a women-only book club and even created their own movement.
Now, more than a decade later, women are organizing to demand the same things that feminists fought for in the ’90s.
The movement is more visible and active than ever.
Its success, however, is largely due to the women who came before them.
“We’ve been able to do this because the women that have been here before are still here, and they are still doing the same work,” said Stephanie Coontz, a women and gender studies professor at New York University.
“They are doing the work, and their contributions are still being recognized.”
While there’s no shortage of women-led feminist movements, the modern women’s liberation movement is the most active, with more than 50 organizations operating nationwide.
Here’s a look at some of the groups that are currently organizing and working to change the world for the better.
Feminist Media The first feminist media organization to be founded was Women’s Media Project, founded in 2006.
The organization is part of a larger media consortium that includes Women’s Voices Network, a non-profit organization that works to empower women and women-centered media.
The group also hosts the #MeToo campaign.
The Women’s Voice Network, which started as a podcast, now has more than 200 chapters in more than 30 countries and has published more than 700 articles.
In 2018, the group launched a new online publication called The Women of #MeIn, which offers stories, podcasts and videos about women who have faced sexual abuse.
Feminist Voice is now part of an effort to transform feminist journalism.
“Feminist journalism is the work of many women and a large number of women writers, editors and journalists who are actively doing this work,” founder Lidia Guarnieri said.
“This is a story that needs to be told.
There are women who were raped, and there are women in the trenches, and the work that needs done is being done by women who are fighting to bring this about.”
The group recently published a report on the prevalence of rape in the U.S. and Canada.
It called on organizations to better police and educate about the dangers of sexual assault.
It also called for more transparency in the media.
In 2020, the feminist media network, Women’s Network, was created.
The nonprofit, which launched in 2016, publishes content that promotes women’s rights and offers resources for women who want to support and advocate for the movement.
The first issue of the organization’s magazine was published in 2018.
The magazine has more stories on the subject than any other media outlet.
In 2019, feminist media company, Media Matters, started a project called Women’s Liberation: Media and Society, which publishes a weekly blog with content from more than 60 feminist media outlets.
The project aims to create a “platform for critical thinking, education, and action.”
The weekly magazine features articles by leading women in feminist media and their work to improve the lives of women.
The Feminist Media Network has more projects in the works.
For example, it plans to launch a new publication called Woman, Culture, and Resistance, which will highlight feminist issues that are relevant to women in their lives.
Women’s Collective Collective, founded by former editor of the New York Observer and feminist author Sarah Jaffe, was founded in 2018 to empower and empower women to create, publish and share stories.
Collective publishes content about issues affecting women’s lives and provides a platform for women to share their experiences.
Its latest issue, published in January 2019, was called “We are Not Victims: Women’s Experiences of Domestic Violence.”
Collective publishes articles on domestic violence and abuse, sexual assault, violence against women and racial and sexual discrimination, among other issues.
“Women are a lot more aware of the issues of gender, sexual and racial inequity than they were 20 or 30 years ago,” said Collective founder Sarah Jaffrey.
“But the more we expose people to these issues, the more it opens up their eyes.”
The collective also published an article on the sexual assault epidemic in the United States in 2019.
Jaffery said Collective wanted to be proactive in creating stories about domestic violence because many women were not aware of how they could help.
“There are a bunch of women who don’t know that there are services that can be offered,” Jaffey said.
The feminist news site, Women in the News, is now a nonfiction book project that aims to educate readers about the issues that affect women and