Legendary Lesbian Sporting Event Goes National
May22

Legendary Lesbian Sporting Event Goes National

Lesbians form teams with their friends and flock to the woods in Los Angeles, California and Denver, Colorado to challenge each other in a day-long tournament to win the Lesbian-All Star championship.  Their teams adorn shirts with names like “Butch Please” and “The Apocalyptic Dancers”.  A huge obstacle course includes tug of war and wheelbarrow races among other games.  Lesbians? Wheelbarrow Races? Sign me...

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Amy Schumer’s Movie “I Feel Pretty” Confronts Body Dysmorphia
May14

Amy Schumer’s Movie “I Feel Pretty” Confronts Body Dysmorphia

People are quick to judge Amy Schumer. Despite making headway for women everywhere by openly giving body dysmorphia a platform both in her stand-up comedy and new movie, she gets the same treatment that most women have received throughout history and in current day — berating and judgement. It didn’t take me more than a few second to pick up on the message behind Amy Schumer’s movie when viewing the trailer for I...

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7 Ways Women with ADHD are Unique
May13

7 Ways Women with ADHD are Unique

Happy Mental Health Awareness Month!  In celebration of this time, Matriarchy has decided to cover a very misunderstood topic: Women with ADHD.  Because their symptoms can be different than the most commonly diagnosed demographic (young white boys) they are often overlooked or misdiagnosed with having a mood disorder.  ADHD author Sari Solden addressed this issue at an ADDA conference stating, “A significant number of women with ADHD...

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