Coming Out, Voted In
Condoms = Arrest?
Masquerade for Baltimore CPCs
Hillary Signals New
Abortion Clinics Under
Is the Personal Still Political?
A Legacy Forgotten?
Not So Happily Ever After
Talk About Sex
Bishops Lose the Faith(ful) |
BY JON O’BRIEN
What happens to the separation of church and
state when top U.S. Catholic clerics try to hold
health-care reform hostage?
Why Men’s Health Is a
Feminist Issue |
BY ADINA NACK
As new uses are approved for the so-called
cervical cancer vaccine, women learn once again
how intimately their well-being is tied to men’s.
An Acequia Runs Through It |
BY PATRICIA MARINA TRUJILLO
The water-sharing traditions of New Mexico’s
women serves as a model—or at least a
metaphor—for how the world should treat
H2O as a community resource.
We Are the Ones We’ve
Been Waiting For | BY MOYA BAILEY AND
ALEXIS PAULINE GUMBS
Young Black feminists take their
research and activism online.
Tough Crowd, Tough Leader | BY MARTHA BURK
As women surge in union ranks,
one woman rises to new heights
at the AFL-CIO.
It’s Not in Your Head | BY NANCY G. KLIMAS, M.D.
A breakthrough study suggests
that chronic fatigue syndrome
is caused by a virus.
Counter Culture | BY CANDACY A. TAYLOR
Taylor has been collecting tales
from career food servers since
2001—an idea that came to her
while waiting tables herself at a
San Francisco sushi restaurant.
A Feminist’s Feminist | BY MARY E. HUNT
Mary Daly was a mystic, a
radical, an iconoclast, a teacher,
a philosopher, a lexicographer,
a theologian and, once upon a
time, a “good Catholic girl.”
The Global Pandemic of Rape | BY DONNA BRAZILE
Time to end violence against women
and impunity for their assailants
Valerie Ann Johnson on Rebecca Skloot’s
The Immortal Life of Henrietta
Diana Postlethwaite on Louise
Erdrich’s Shadow Tag
Casey N. Cep
on Sarah Blake’s The Postmistress
Brenda R. Weber on Susan J. Douglas’
Enlightened Sexism: The Seductive
Message That Feminism’s Work Is
Ronnie Steinberg on Kathleen
Gerson’s The Unfinished Revolution:
How a New Generation Is
Reshaping Family, Work and
Gender in America
Great reads for winter 2010