The Guardian’s Jessica Valenti brings you interviews, advice and real life stories from the front lines of feminism. She talks about everything from periods or lack there of, to cyberbullying, objectification, crafting an equal and egalitarian relationship, abortions and sex education. This is the place for women and men to share their questions and thoughts about everyday issues facing women and feminism
Making art in the time of Trump – What would a feminist do? podcast
Host Jessica Valenti speaks with visual artist Tatyana Fazlalizadeh about public art, the pressure to produce political pieces and how artists will survive
Women will march on – What would a feminist do? podcast
Saturday’s record-breaking demonstration brought together a diverse group of people to air a spectrum of grievances. We take a look at what comes next
Staring down 2017 – What would a feminist do? podcast
In the shadow of the inauguration, host Jessica Valenti talks with Syreeta McFadden, Jaclyn Friedman and Aimee Thorne-Thomsen about what comes next for feminism
Why immigration is a feminist issue – What would a feminist do? podcast
This week on the podcast, host Jessica Valenti speaks with Hillary Clinton’s Latino outreach director about the realities of being undocumented and female
When women's rights meet botox – What would a feminist do?
This week, Jessica Valenti sits down with Dana Berkowitz, author of Botox Nation, to talk about the aging process and the choices facing modern women
The buying and selling of feminism – What would a feminist do?
Feminism is everywhere – even Nike and Sarah Palin have jumped on the bandwagon. With author Andi Zeisler, we explore ‘marketplace feminism’