purpose + identity
Nasty Women's Press is an intersectional feminist magazine by and for nasty women—including trans-and non-binary folk, POC and Indigenous peoples, people of all gender identities, sexualities and abilities.
Nasty Women's Press publishes news and opinion pieces and will eventually also publish podcasts, poetry and art. All our content is filtered through an intersectional feminist lens.
To quote Vox, intersectionality is "the idea that many women are members of other marginalized groups, which affects their experiences."
Nasty Women's Press was founded on occupied Indigenous land that belongs to the Huron-Wendat and Petun First Nations, the Seneca and the Mississaugas of the Credit River.