Women's Organizations Sub-Categories:
We've rounded up information on the most influential - and interesting - organizations doing good work for women's health. Look to the right and you'll see a list of sub-categories that contain more than 100 worthy organizations.
Center for the Advancement of Women
The Center for the Advancement of Women is a nonprofit, "nonpartisan research and public education institution established to advance women's equal participation at every level of society."
A ginormous clearinghouse of online feminist resources, plus columnists, event listings, and activism opportunities.
Feminist.com is one-stop shopping for anyone not afraid of the f-word. Besides the huge list of links to "The Best of the Feminist Web," you'll find columns by Christiane Northrup, MD, and interviews with Eve Ensler and Alice Walker.
Love Yourself Now
Love Yourself Now is all about showing Babes that they can feel comfortable in their own skin, without always having to be fixing something about themselves.
Writer, designer and entrepreneur Ophira Edut points the way for Babes to accept themselves as is through her book and web site, Body Outlaws.
Media Report to Women
This quarterly newsletter covers media portrayals of women and women-related issues.
National Organization for Women
NOW is the largest feminist activist organization in the United States.
The National Organization for Women's 500,000+ members work to bring about economic justice, defend reproductive and lesbian rights, defeat racism and violence against women, and winning a constitutional equality amendment. Learn about Love Your Body Day, find out how to take action, or find your local chapter.
National Women's Studies Assocation
The NWSA supports feminist teaching, research, and scholarship.
Off Our Backs
The longest-running feminist newspaper in the United States.
"I think that I shall never see a poem as lovely as a ... tampon." Our apologies, Mr. Frost, it's just too easy, and we love the TamPontification project too much.
TamPontification donates feminine hygiene products to women's shelters. Check out the web site to see what their current needs are and sign up for their newsletter, The Non-Toxic Times.
Real Hot 100
The Real Hot 100 celebrates strong, savvy women who are working for change and speaking their minds.
Check it out for inspiring profiles of real, smart women who are making a difference every day - especially because Editrix Jenni was featured in the 2006 list!
Wellesley Centers for Women
If it affects women and families, the Wellesley Centers for Women has probably studied it.
The Wellesley Centers for Women offers more than 50 projects, programs, and contracts on everything from A (Adolescent Mixed-Ancestry Identity) to Z (Zero Tolerance), along with about a million publications.