Pat LaMarche’s ‘Priscilla the Princess of the Park’ book series illuminates the often downplayed humanity of homeless populations, underscoring how the issue is the result of ineffective policy, not personal fault.
‘Black Widow’ may be an enjoyable romp on the surface, but as a triumphant send-off for Natasha Romanoff, it feels hollow: too little, too late.
Released exactly a year ago on Saturday, ‘The Old Guard’ was overwhelmingly well-received by critics and was my favorite film of 2020, easily making it onto my end-of-year best feminist films list. And yet, the film is deserving of even more fanfare and continued accolades (especially with a sequel in the works). Consider this my ‘The Old Guard’ one-year anniversary present, masquerading as a review.
In the wake of what some are calling the busiest weekend for Fourth of July travel of all time, it’s time to take a closer look at the way the U.S. treats flight attendants—86 percent of whom are women.
While we wait with bated breath as USA Track & Field makes their final decision about Richardson’s 2021 Olympic fate, there is another story based on a double standard that needs to be told here.
Remember there are young women who aren’t in Vogue, The New York Times or People Magazine but still sport long orange hair, voluminous lashes, tattoos and colorful long nails—and they need us rooting for them to win the way we are for Sha’Carri Richardson.
When it comes to politics, deep blue New York and solid red Arkansas have one thing in common: They’re among the 20 states that have still never had a woman governor.
Last week, the Barbara Lee Family Foundation released Staying Power, new research that examines the challenges and advantages women face when they run as incumbents. Overall, they found that women face similar challenges as incumbents running for re-election as they do as first-time candidates for office.
Fatherhood identity is in urgent need of a feminist revision. We need to understand and deconstruct toxic masculinity within the broader economic, professional and familial contexts.
Ms. reporter Lisa Rabasca Roepe spoke with Stefanie Brown James, founder of the Collective PAC, about why 2018 was a turning point for Black women running for office, how teaching civics in school would help bolster voter turnout and what the PAC is doing to help get the first Black woman elected to the U.S. Senate or as a governor.
Our support for Olivia Rodrigo and others feels like an ode to our younger selves; a wish that we could’ve unapologetically embraced our own teen angst. After all, we ultimately had the power to be that brave all along.
It’s refreshing we can now accept our own agonies without fear of being negatively perceived by men who look down on teen girl culture, other women, or even ourselves when we too often internalize misogyny.
Outside of African cinema, there is not one Hollywood film or TV show featuring African queens like Nefertiti and Hatshepsut—compared to dozens of British films and television dramas about Anne Boleyn and her daughter Elizabeth I.