Building off the resources section, "14 Ways to Turn Our Fantasies Into Reality" at the end of the book, this is a living list of web sources to further contextualize the issues we tackle in the book. Feel free to suggest additions!

READ: In the mood for  some afternoon delight? Then it’s time for a roll in the hay ... with a good book. Here are some of our favorites: “Feminism is for Everybody” by bell hooks, “A Room of One’s Own” by Virginia Woolf, “So You Want to Talk About Race?” by Ijeoma Oluo, “Shrill” by Lindy West and “We Should All Be Feminists” by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie.

VOLUNTEER: Show up and put out … as a volunteer, that is. Offering our time, expertise, and perspective to pro-women organizations can help often limited resources stretch further. Volunteer with wild abandon! Some of our favorites include 826, Girls Who Code, and Girls For a Change.

GIVE: Because it can feel just as good as receiving. Recurring donations make a huge difference (even if it’s modest - we know not everyone is loaded with ca$h money!). If you do happen to be loaded, add zeros as appropriate and feel the pleasure of giving again and again and again. We support donating to help survivors of sexual violence through RAINN, supporting access to women’s health through Planned Parenthood, and Days for Girls, which provides access to feminine hygiene products.