Creative MVP: Katrina Majkut

Katrina Majkut

Katrina Majkut is creating in feminism, art, and writing.  She is a visual artist and writer dedicated to exploring and understanding feminine narratives and civil rights in aesthetics and social practices within mediums such as embroidery, painting, and writing. She recently exhibited at […]

Building a Startup With Your Spouse… Successfully

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Whenever people hear that I own a business with my husband, the first thing they usually say is “I could never do that!” followed by the question “How do you do that?!” People are so curious about it that Forbes even did a […]

#LOVEWINS: Photographer Gia Goodrich Shares Her Bold New Project

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LOVE WINS: Faces of Marriage Equality is a powerful archive of LGBTQ love stories. Conceived by photographer Gia Goodrich, the evolving project makes these loving relationships visible, normal, and accepted. Yes, we’ve come a long way, but the sad truth is […]

Book Brief: It’s Not You: 27 (Wrong) Reasons You’re Single by Sara Eckel

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It’s Not You: 27 (Wrong) Reasons You’re Single by Sara Eckel 2014, TarcherPerigee The Idea Dating advice is horrible. The premise is always “you’re doing it wrong” or “you’re not enough” or “change yourself.” Still, it’s seductive to think that some […]

Past Present Podcast: Tubman Twenties, Adult Toys, and Whole Foods Politics

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On this week’s Past Present podcast, Nicole Hemmer, Natalia Mehlman Petrzela, and Neil Young discuss Harriet Tubman’s replacement of Andrew Jackson on the $20 bill, the regulation of adult toys, and Whole Foods. Harriet Tubman The Treasury Department announced Harriet […]