This week in feminist news: Dolores Huerta called for more feminist power, Jane Fonda spoke out on the gender gaps in Oscar nods, NARAL crunched the numbers on abortion laws nationwide and the Navy did a “Missing Man Flyover” for a woman for the first time.
Stacey Abrams, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Nancy Pelosi weigh in on the state of politics and what’s next; new data shows support for a higher minimum wage and the impact of Donald Trump’s war on healthcare; and more feminist highlights from the week!
Speaking out for Roe, exploring the commonality of reproductive coercion and confirming the president’s sexism. These are the can’t-miss feminist stories from the week.
New polling finds a whole lot of support for abortion rights, the woman who made NFL history and other feminist news and numbers from the week.
Glenn Close on following our dreams, a new study from the World Economic Forum and more feminist milestones from this week.
As a schoolgirl, Bernice Sandler objected to the way girls were excluded from the class activities the boys did. She told her mother that she was going to “change the world”—and she did.
According to new findings from the UN, 58 percent of 87,000 recorded female homicides from 2017 were committed by intimate partners or family members.
Despite having been exposed in every sector of life and work, violence, sexual assault and harassment continues. But what is beginning to change is the ways in which the media is reporting on it.
Voters today believe Ford is honest by a wide margin—59 to 25 percent—and in numbers much higher than those who believe Kavanaugh to be telling the truth, and nearly half of Americans are now opposed to his confirmation.
New data shows that women not only report sexual harassment at a higher rate than men, but also report sexual harassment at a higher rate than men—even in male-dominated spaces.