Trump’s tweets have the power to incite real violence—and he’s been, by and large, patently irresponsible with his influence on the platform. But another pattern has emerged in the midst of his callous commentary: Women, on the Hill and at the ballot box, are speaking up and demanding better.
Legislation to re-authorize and expand the Violence Against Women Act passed in the House last Friday—but the future of the groundbreaking law remains uncertain in the face of NRA opposition and partisan divides in Congress.
“I’m getting tired of the novelty of the first female governor of this state, the first female African American mayor of this city. When is it going to become the norm, instead of the exception?”
“Shrill” is a love letter to all the women and girls who have been taught their entire lives that they should never love themselves because of the size of their bodies. And it’s exactly what we were waiting for.
Despite a year of reckoning and rabble-rousing in Hollywood, the Academy Award nominees this year are disappointingly familiar.
New research from the USC Annenberg Inclusivity Initiative shows that the music industry at-large has far to go when it comes to women’s representation.
Feminists from the House of Representatives, all dressed in “suffragette white,” came together Tuesday to sound the alarm on issues facing women across the country.
After much debate and delay, President Trump will deliver his State of the Union address tonight—and the audience will be ready to talk back.
There are only three clinics allowed to perform abortions in the Louisiana, down from the five that were open in 2014, and it was estimated that Act 620 would have closed all but one of them. If that would not constitute an undue burden, what does?