Topic of the month: What is “Gender” And Why Does It Scare Us?

And what it has to do with violation of family values in Georgia?

The Stakes Of Having a Female President

A woman president and women's rights are not exactly the same.

A Trap For Women

In the U.S. women’s voluntary labor is estimated to make up $18 billion per year.

Comics: The Awkward Elevator Moment

For a long time, society was in denial about sexual harassment - denying its existence entirely, to be more precise. In this comic strip we're telling the story of how fear and silence on these issues harm not only women, but men too.

The Long Monologue - Sexual Harassment in Georgia

Studies have shown that an important part of the population doesn’t even consider harassment as a form of sexual violence.

“Is This What a Real Man Looks Like?”

While it is true that the burden of conforming to beauty-standards still rests on female shoulders, shifting patterns in male self-perception are also visible: Yes, yes, males also quite often experience distress while looking in the mirror.




Do Androids Dream of Gender Identity?

Like any other creation, AIs, bots, and robots seem to reflect the views, ideologies, perspectives, pains, and dreams of their creators. But is the concept of gender unique to human beings? 

Comics: Where is The Line Between Flirt and Sexual Harassment?

The term “sexual harassment” entered into mainstream use in the 1970’s, while what it stands for has in fact existed for millennia.

The Tale of Two Women

This little story opens in 1969 and follows Maya and Linda as they embark on their personal journeys on the different sides of the iron curtain. 50 years later the curtain is gone but the story of women is still far from completed.