Fighting the War on Women |
By Beth Baker
A report from the front: We're mad as hell about the attacks on our bodies and our rights.
Game Changer | By Erin Buzuvis
We cheer the 40th anniversary of Title IX and the activists who have fought so hard for women's equal educational opportunitiesóbut we can't forget the challenges the law still faces.
Court-Martialing the Military | By Molly M. Ginty
New lawsuits take top brass and service academies to task for failing to prevent and prosecute rape.
For the Price of a Pad | By Linda Villarosa
While U.S. women take menstrual protection for granted, millions of girls worldwide miss school or drop out because they can't afford sanitary napkins.
No Women Allowed. Still. | By Martha Burk
IBM and Augusta National Golf Club drop the ball.
A Frightening Prosecution| Gaylynn Burroughs
What about the personhood of a pregnant woman? The case of Bei Bei Shuai.
I Can Handle It | By Autumn Whitefield-Madrano
She was a strong feminist, but she wasn't immune to relationship abuse.
Erin Aubry Kaplan on Joy Harjo's Crazy Brave
Louise Rafkin on Alison Bechdel'sAre You My Mother? A Comic Drama
Marilyn Sanders Mobley on Toni Morrison's Home
Jane Elliott on J. Jack Halberstam's Gaga Feminism: Gender, Sex and the End of Normal
Sara Clarke Kaplan on Marie NDiaye's Three Strong Women
Great reads for spring/summer 2012
Feminist films available for
Invisibility and Bias | BY DONNA BRAZILE
It's time to prod the political media into featuring more women.