Samhita Mukhopadhyay is a writer, editor and speaker. She is the co-editor of Nasty Women: Feminism, Resistance and Revolution in Trump's America the author of Outdated: Why Dating is Ruining Your Love Life. She is also the former Senior Editorial Director of Culture and Identities at Mic and former Executive Editor of Feministing.com. Her work has appeared in Al Jazeera, The Guardian, NY Magazine, Medium, Talking Points Memo, Mic and Jezebel.
2017: The year women’s anger was unleashed
If we want to end rape culture, we need to address insufficient sex education, new book says
The case for arguing with your Trump-supporting relatives this Thanksgiving
Want to get healthy? Shed the cycle of shame around weight, first.
Finding hope in Trump’s America may be too lofty of a goal, but let’s not forget our resilience
It can be empowering to share women’s stories of pain. But to what end?
As long as men like Harvey Weinstein run Hollywood, we will not see true parity for women in media
Saudi women gained the right to drive. Let’s not dismiss how historic that is.
Casual sex vs. a serious relationship: What if you don’t want either?
The first Emmys of the Trump era showed a diverse America. But did it go far enough?
Burning Man promises to disrupt the modern world. And yet the gender dynamics are all too familiar.
Kamala Harris and the successful woman of color trap
Rick Ross won’t sign women rappers because he’s afraid he’ll sleep with them. That’s a problem.
3 key takeaways from day 4 of the Bill Cosby sexual assault trial
Kendrick Lamar's mom just reviewed 'DAMN.' in one perfect text message
Don't celebrate just yet — here's why O'Reilly's firing is not a victory for all women
Islamophobia in America is worse on 9/11/2016 than it was on 9/11/2001
Rebecca Traister's 'All the Single Ladies' is the perfect love letter to your bestie
One Tweet Perfectly Explains the Sexist Double Standard Every Feminist Faces
Kenyon College Allegedly Dropped a Rape Case, and the Community Is Furious