Census data released this week shows that President Trump’s agenda is taking a terrible toll on women and families.
This week marked the 56th anniversary of the Equal Pay Act becoming law—on the same day moms, across race and ethnicities, worked until in order to earn what dads were paid in 2018 alone.
Most women who get abortion care are mothers, and they do so primarily because it’s best for their families.
Forget the flowers. Send us indestructible Wonder Woman shields and Captain Marvel’s superhuman strength for Mother’s Day.
Congress must pass the FAMILY Act, and President Trump must sign it into law.
The Trump Administration has deeply offended the moral sensibilities of woman and mothers across the nation—and their border policies pose a threat not just to women’s lives, but to our democracy.
For the 81 percent of women who become mothers, the wage gap is even bigger—and it’s bigger still for moms of color, queer moms and single moms.
A sitcom centered on moral understanding, let alone one that actually references philosophers like Kant and Kierkegaard, might seem like a buzzkill. But The Good Place is laugh-out-loud funny.
Sometimes the deeper struggle in coming out rests with the process of simultaneously discovering and creating one’s sexual identity. It is her willingness to probe this process that makes Lori Horvitz’s memoir The Girls of Usually so refreshing and engaging to read.
There is no question that Hilary Rosen should have chosen her words more carefully when she said that Ann Romney, mother of five sons, “never worked a day in her life.” Raising children is work. It’s immensely rewarding work, but it’s work just the same. Ann Romney is justifiably proud of the work she’s done […]