About the Author

My name is Brittany Stelton. I’m a white, able-bodied, cishet woman who was raised in a middle class setting. These privileges allowed me to attend and graduate college, get my own apartment, and gather the resources necessary to be able to start this blog. I intend this to be a fully-inclusive space that is safe for disabled and neuroatypical women, trans women and non-binary persons, fat women, women of color, lesbian women, bisexual women, pansexual women, asexual women, demisexual women, intersex persons, and anyone else I have privilege over.

The International Women’s Day is a national day to fight for gender equality by the feminist movement. Stock illustration

Should I ever screw up and say something that makes this a less-than-safe space, please feel free to contact me or leave a comment and I will do my best to rectify the situation as quickly as possible.

Although feminism is my main focus, I will address the following issues in this blog:

  • Racism and white supremacy
  • Islamophobia
  • Ableism
  • LGBTQAIP+ issues
  • Transmisogyny
  • Lesbophobia
  • Biphobia
  • Asexual erasure
  • Awareness of other sexual orientations
  • Non-binary gender issues and awareness
  • Fat hatred
  • Mental health issues, especially anxiety disorders
  • Mental illness stigma
  • Poverty, classism, capitalism issues and US politics

I will gladly accept guest posts from anyone who struggles with any of these issues. Simply contact me with your idea and we’ll go from there. Pitches from thin, able-bodied, white cishet men will be considered on a case-by-case basis.