Bitchtopia Magazine was started as a college project, looking to give feminist voices a platform to educate. We’ve shared important literature, interviewed inspiring women, published moving art, and offered up a feminist prospective that readers could relate to. You may be asking, why change it?
Though Bitchtopia has seen immense success since its inception, it’s time for us to graduate. We’ve been published by NY Post, Huffington Post, Bustle, and more. We’ve seen our editors and writers move on to Ivy League programs. We’ve hosted lectures at universities around the US. Each of our contributors, editors, and social media mavens have worked extremely hard and have seen so much personal growth. It’s only fair that our publication grow with them.
Rose Water Magazine will still be feminist. We hope that our art and commentary through the feminist lens will trickle down and nurture and educate our readers. Rose Water will be intersectional, thought-provoking, and creative.