Barbara Kruger, "Untitled (Your body is a battleground)," 1989. Photographic silkscreen on vinyl. © Barbara Kruger.

The Female Fighters Series pairs female writers with women who are fighting, or have fought, in armed resistance movements worldwide to bring to light the  distinctive personalities, politics, and circumstances of participation. This Guernica series is in partnership with the Politics of Sexual Violence Initiative and V-Day: A Global Movement to End Violence Against Women and Girls.

Eve Ensler: Female Fighters Series Re-examines Women’s Rage Around the World

The knee-jerk response to militarized women is dismissal and condemnation. Instead, the founder of V-Day argues, it is time to reexamine their stories and understand their wrath.

Nimmi Gowrinathan: Of Monsters & Women  

In search of the female extremist, somewhere between fantasy and fear.

Valeria Luiselli: Difficult Forgiveness

In Colombia, a female fighter on life after FARC.

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