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“Express yourself, don’t repress yourself.” Madonna We all hear songs differently at our different ages and stages. Being a young teen when this song came out, I was not in the relationship or self-help headspace yet. So it was more a focus on the “express yourself”...read more
Korra from The Legend of Korra. Fair Use. You might be familiar with the Nickelodeon series Avatar: The Last Airbender, which ran from 2005 to 2008. The animated children’s series was known for its fantastical world building, super-powered fight scenes, emotional plot...read more
Welcome to Girl Museum’s 10th Anniversary year. We have many exciting projects for our community, including this new blog series, Why We Need Girls’ Studies. Each month we will feature an interview with a scholar in the field to get insights about what we are all...read more
Associated Editor Sage Daugherty continues her Incredible Girls column with a look at the life and career of actress and film producer, Marsai Martin.read more
Monica Seles holds up the winner's cup after defeating Germany's Steffi Graf in the final of the French Open 06 June 1992. Photo credit: JEAN-LOUP GAUTREAU/AFP/Getty Images In recent years the sport of tennis had to contend with a large match-fixing scandal. The eyes...read more
Kassandra from Assassin's Creed: Odyssey For as long as I can remember I have liked to game, be it on the old consoles or the newer ones. Through the years I have become more and more invested in games especially since there are now morefemale protagonists. Through...read more
Associate Editor Sage Daugherty continues her Incredible Girls column with a look at the life of 12-year-old activist Naomi Wadler.read more
Photo Courtesy of Naomi Stock. Hello! My name is Naomi and I’m excited to be a part of Girl Museum! I am currently a junior at Bryn Mawr College in Philadelphia. It’s a small historically women’s school, and I’ve been lucky enough to be surrounded by a large group of...read more
The historical drama The White Queen drew me in right from the beginning. Based on the "Cousins' War" novels by Philippa Gregory, it tells the story of the rise of Elizabeth Woodville, wife of King Edward IV, during the Wars of the Roses. The show entwines witchcraft,...read more
“Mari Copeny is on the front lines helping kids to embrace their power through equal opportunity. When the Flint Water Crisis began in Flint instead of feeling helpless Mari decided to use her voice to help out her community and to fight for the kids in Flint and she has not stopped since.”read more