We follow these 10 websites that are as resourceful as they are empowering and uplifting—covering everything from personal finance to mindful meditation. Here are our favorite newsletters for women as well! When The Cut was launched years ago, it was an online publication for women with style and self in mind. Because what it means to be a successful woman can include style, self, and discussion around current events.
Unapologetic and intersectional, Salty is not here for censorship or the corporate brand of feminism. This volunteer-run, independent website is dedicated to amplifying the voices of women, trans, and nonbinary people on topics others may otherwise shy away from.
With core tenets such as inclusivity, community, fun, and respect, their content celebrates and uplifts authenticity and living the most truthful lives we can. Gal-Dem takes on racism, sexism, transphobia, nepotism, classism, and cultural norms, one voice at a time. Say goodbye to white-washing once and for all.
Over the last five years, The Good Trade has covered content around sustainable living and investing with socially conscious brands, knowing that we often vote for the world we want with our dollars. Today, it has grown to reach millions of readers with engaging content ranging from mindful living to personal finance to seasonal fashion.
Darling Magazine was born as a print mag to redefine the art of being a woman: all images they use are untouched and their content is written to empower readers.
With powerful features from the likes of Meghan Markle, Joanna Gaines, and Rupi Kaur, Darling is media that makes us feel loved, not less. A past winner of the GLAAD Media Award for Outstanding Blog, Autostraddle has transformed the lives of lesbian, bisexual, and queer women as well as non-binary people for nearly 10 years.
The Autostraddle team is also more than just online: they host worldwide meet-ups, sell merch, and arranged getaways, because their ultimate goal is to create a community wherever they reach. We love that they have resources for women in a wide array of industries, and their library of downlo, courses, and podcasts is unlike any other.
Kickstart the career of your dreams with their guided day plans for finding a new job, making more money, or learning new skills—or just browse their archives for plenty of valuable career content.
For our weekly dose of pop culture, style, politics, and news, you can find us reading Them. In addition to sharing excellent and informative content we love both the written articles and videos Them.
Visit The Cut. Visit Salty. Visit Gal-Dem.
Visit The Good Trade. Visit Darling Magazine. Visit Autostraddle. View Career Contessa.