A manifesto for women who won’t take it anymore.
How to be an everyday activist.
2017 was the year men learned that they can’t mess with women. Feminists began by galvanizing seismic protests in cities across the world against one of the most openly sexist leaders in modern American history, and they ended it with a digital movement that toppled many famous male figureheads in entertainment, media and government globally. Almost 13 million of us contributed to the #MeToo movement to pivot the conversation about sexual harassment and become the first generation to witness unprecedented accountability for men who have abused women. The next test for the feminist movement is keeping that fire alive—and that applies to you, whether you’ve just thrown your pussy hat in the ring or you’ve got 20 years’ worth of protest signs in your basement. It’s time, as political pioneer Shirley Chisholm succinctly put it, to “organize the rage.” Here’s how we do it.