By Hannah Tyler Spoiler alert for a whole lot of space movies. Over the past few weeks I’ve been having what I insist on calling Space Lady Season: watching films that involve female scientists in space (or near aliens). I managed to get through Arrival, Interstellar, Contact, and Proxima before I decided to ruin something … Continue reading Women Own the Void
My tattooed skin is a map of where my brain and heart have travelled. Continue reading Pain and Pleasure: Claiming My Skin
To celebrate our one year anniversary, we’re looking back and sharing a few of our favourite pieces. Continue reading Celebrating One Year
If we’re going to have serious talks about body positivity, we also need to include a very critical look into the ways money and power have toyed with our ideas of “health” and “beauty”. It’s not just the patriarchy, it’s the patriarchy wrapped up in the tortilla of capitalist evil, topped with the salsa of classism, and a side of racist sour cream. Continue reading I Love My Body, but Still Have Disordered Eating
In honour of International Women’s Day, we at The Three decided to chat to the most important women in our lives about feminism: our moms. Continue reading Talking to Our Moms About Feminism
As the trial against Harvey Weinstein progressed towards this week’s verdict, I’ve been thinking a lot about what protest movements mean and what they’re capable of accomplishing. Continue reading What Does the Weinstein Verdict Mean for #MeToo?
As my underarm hair grew, I became increasingly fascinated by it…. It was like a little carry-anywhere pet. A slightly gross one. Continue reading I Grew Out My Pit Hair and I Was NOT Ready For It
A confession: I weigh more now than I ever have in my entire life and trying not to care about that fact is one of the hardest and most radical things I’ve ever tried to do. Continue reading As I Am
I wasn’t sure I wanted to see it. What if it’s ugly? What if it looks weird? Continue reading I Had a Close Up Taken of my Vulva (and It Looks Ugly)
The story goes that Gus courted her but she wasn’t interested – at least, not in his romantic advances. What she was interested in were his tattoos.
The pair struck a bargain: she would go on a date with him and he would give her tattoo lessons. Continue reading The First Female Tattooist