I caught up with Jessica Tuckman, a surfer on the UK Pro Tour who hails from the cold, cold Cornish coast, to talk about being a woman in the water, her favorite breaks, and what being a pro is all about.
Her Roots celebrates and promotes female musical talent, a community that is often overlooked within the city’s music scene. I had the chance to chat with Calve and Ben Tufts, the co-founder of Her Roots, celebrated drummer, and percussionist for the Lauren Calve Band.
Georgina Miranda aimed to create a marketplace where women can find gear that fits and read reviews of that gear by women who’ve tested it in the field, all in the hopes of inspiring more women to go outside.
As you read these words on March 18th, 2015, 11 women from Team SCA are gliding through the Southern Ocean, sailing from Auckland, New Zealand en route to Itajai, Brazil. Today is the start of Leg 5 of the Volvo Ocean Race, a grueling and epic nine-month sailing race around the world.
At 39, she began bike touring; by 42, she was riding solo from Montana to and through Alaska, and to the Arctic Circle. If you’ve ever felt that you’ve been “too late” to try something, Marilyn is your newfound inspiration.
“The more you focus on the outcome, the worse you do. Be mindful and focus on the move. You’ll be more successful.” That’s the lesson Abigail Mayfield took home from a recent NOLS expedition. It’s a lesson she will carry into all aspects of her life. That’s the beauty of time spent with NOLS. The …
At Misadventures, we celebrate women every day—women who love the outdoors, who travel far and wide, who embrace adventure within and without—but in honor of International Women’s Day 2015, we’ve rounded up interviews of ours with ten especially inspiring misadventurers. These women have been chained up at rallies, set world records, competed on Survivor, assisted …
But feminism at large, lately, has been vexed by Fifty Shades of Grey and the rabbit-hole of questions that it poses. How could a notably feminist director, Sam Taylor-Johnson, volunteer to direct the movie? Why do so many women like the book?