Rain and Thunder is a grassroots publication created and distributed by a collective of radical feminist women. Published three times a year, Rain and Thunder brings you the very best in radical feminist news, analysis, theory, community building, and activism.

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Recent Issues

Issue 72 (Summer 2019): Themed Issue on Global Feminism

Featured articles:
  • The Radical Power of Online Radical Feminist Movements in South Korea by Jimin Nam
  • Feminist Uprising: Radical Feminist Organizing in South Korea -- A Rain and Thunder Interview with Hyejung Park, Jihye Kuk, and Caroline Norma
  • War Games: The Many Guises of Male Brutality by Thain Parnell
  • Fighting Period Poverty and Increasing the Knowledge of Girls in Kenya by Lorna Wanyama
  • The Fight Against Sexual Violence: What We Can Learn from the Women's Revolution in Syria by Rahila Gupta
  • Australia's Pathwork of Prostitution Laws: Combatting the Sex Trade and Advocating for the Nordic Model by the Coalition Against Trafficking in Women Australia
  • La Porta: A Land for Women in Italy -- A Rain and Thunder Interview with La Porta Members Ana Cuenca and Cecilia Diotto

Issue 71 (Winter 2018): Open Issue with Special 20th Anniversary Highlights

Featured articles:
  • Herstory Lives Here by Kim Rivers
  • Radical Feminism She Wrote: The Rain and Thunder Collective Reflects on 20 Years of Publishing
  • Long May They Continue: Radical Feminist Publications in the USA by Jean Taylor
  • She Spoke: A Tribute in Gratitude To Dr. Christine Blasey Ford by Michelle de Beixedon
  • Why Didn't I Learn This in My Gender Studies Class? The Search for Radical Feminist Knowledge by Heather Lynk
  • Bad Medicine: A Narrative on the Healthcare Industry and the Politics of Trauma by Forest Gray
  • Traumatic Memory: A Hidden Disability by Kate Rose
  • Women-In-Print: The Face of Radical Feminism by Beth Dingman