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 77 (Spring/Summer 2021): The Intergenerational Issue

Featured articles:
  • When Will I Be Young? by Yagmur Uygarkizi
  • Intergenerational Lesbians: How Can We Learn from Each Other? by Jenna Weston
  • Find Them Where They Are by Jen Rowray
  • Creating and Celebrating Stronger Communities: The Intergenerational Lesbian Community Gathering by Lisa Trost
  • In Praise of Older Women: A Love Letter to My Big Sisters by Claire Heuchan
  • Ideological Opposition: The Core Conflict Complicating Intergenerational Connection by Jocelyn Crawley
  • Going Forward by Looking Back by Heather MacLean
  • Building Radical Feminist Bridges Through Time and Space by Jasmin and Bev Jo

Issue 76 (Winter 2020): Open Issue

Featured articles:
  • Amazons: Fact, Fable, Feminism by Rena Grasso
  • Just Admit You Don't Care if We Die by Jessica Williams
  • From Homophobia to Homoantagonism: What the Evolution of a Word Shows Radical Lesbians about Patriarchy and Male Violence by Jocelyn Crawley
  • Let's Rebuild Beirut as the Arab Region's First Feminist City by Rachel Dore-Weeks and Lina Abirafeh
  • COVID-19 and the Crisis in Residential Aged Care in Australia by Jean Taylor
  • Rape, Shame and Women by Tina Minkowitz
  • Abortion Without Borders: Standing with Polish Women by Merle Hoffman