I’ve [co-founder Sam] had the privilege to know my friend Helen McBride for at least seven years now. She currently lives in Belfast, Northern Ireland, and in the span of our friendship she has become increasingly immersed in feminist activism. We met while graduate students at the University of Wyoming in Laramie, and from the beginning her work and energies were directed to studying and highlighting the role of women and feminism. Her graduate historical research explored the role of Northern Irish women community organizers within the peace process during the Troubles. While in Laramie she became involved in the community’s Take Back the Night and SlutWalk events. When she returned to Belfast following her graduate work, she became heavily involved in the feminist activist community, co-founding the city’s Hollaback chapter, joining the Belfast Feminist Network, and becoming a member of the Belfast Go Girl collective of young, creative women, as well as the city’s local roller derby community. As far as I’m concerned, Helen exemplifies how millions of women embody their feminist activism and politics within their everyday life.