Since its launch in June 2012 by Sandra Kim, Everyday Feminism has quickly become one of the most popular feminist digital media sites in the world, with over 4.5 million monthly visitors from over 150 countries. In the last year, over 30 million unique users have visited our site and our articles have been read over 60 million times.
Our mission is to help people dismantle everyday violence, discrimination, and marginalization through applied intersectional feminism and to create a world where self-determination and loving communities are social norms through compassionate activism.
We aim to shift our culture to end the everyday violence, discrimination, and marginalization that people face due to their gender, sexual orientation, race, class, size, ability, and other social differences.
We seek to create a more just world where we can accept ourselves for who we truly are, where we respect each other’s right to self-determination, and where we nurture and are nurtured in loving communities.
Through our online magazine, we work to amplify and accelerate the progressive cultural shifts taking place across the US and the world. Our unique focus on helping people apply intersectional feminism and compassionate activism to their real everyday lives has deeply resonated with people around world.
Please note that as we are based in the US, our focus is on the US/Western world and we invite people from other parts of the world to draw lessons and use the information as they feel are relevant to their particular communities. We do not have the cultural competency or resources needed to be an international site despite having people visiting from across the world.