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Advocates for the bill, which puts tampons and other period supplies in school bathrooms, say its critics have completely missed the point—it’s about equity.
Dr Jennifer Lincoln takes some real talk about reproductive health to social media.
In the wake of the news from Texas, we talked to Planned Parenthood Advocates of Oregon Executive Director An Do to find out whether Oregonians should be concerned, and what they can do to help.
A menstrual equity movement born in Portland goes national
Light a Fire
Skate Like a Girl provides community and space for women and nonbinary people.
Summer Beer: Essay
Brews aren’t just for beardy types, and Beervana—of all places—should know that.
The Here to Stay series celebrates diverse business women through panel discussions and party vibes.
Last week, Alabama signed into law the most restrictive abortion measures in the nation.
Portland Monthly Staff
Tessa Hulls travels back to the early days of cycling to tell stories of pioneering women, trans, and femme riders.
In Our Bodies, Our Doctors, Portlander Jan Haaken sets out to demystify a little-seen corner of medical care.
The Portland-filmed Hulu series, which stars Aidy Bryant, is inspired by West's real-life transformation from bumbling cub reporter to nationally known feminist and fat activism powerhouse.
Cannabis: Women & Weed
The Initiative sets out to boost women-led weed businesses.
Help close the enthusiasm gap with a little (probably illegal) gambling.
“We try to build benefits that fuel life and work, because I don’t think the two really remain separate anymore,” says Riveter founder Amy Nelson.
The queen of everything won't be here until February, but tickets go on sale THIS WEEK.
Portland Monthly Staff
The pioneering Portland-based magazine—the world's only print publication devoted to women guitarists and bassists—puts on a killer concert featuring Nai Palm, Black Belt Eagle Scout, and more.
Through October, the Northwest Film Center showcases work from the 1970s to today.
Books & Talks
In her new book, Good and Mad, the journalist argues that female fury is exactly what our country needs right now.
Arwen Curry’s film about the late author, who died in January of this year, gets its first national screening at the Northwest Film Center.
You're in Marcia-Land now. Here are all the ways Portland is the most-est.