This Week in Trump’s War on Women: Trans People and Planned Parenthood Under Attack, and Trump Backtracks on Background Checks

The War on Women is in full force under the Trump administration. This week, Trump backtracks on background checks; Epstein survivors are denied the chance to take him down in court; Planned Parenthood is forced out of federal funding; and Trump asks to exclude trans people from workplace discrimination protections.

The War on Women Report: No. 3

This week, the Trump administration lashed out at a Black woman journalist, spread falsehoods about voting rights, nominated more men but no women as U.S. attorneys, met with anti-choice lobbyists and filed papers to further clear up Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s record.

The 10 Best Feminist Quotes of 2015

Just like that, 2015 is coming to a close. Despite some serious ups and downs, 2015 became the year that same-sex marriage was legalized, global support for women’s education surged and feminist consciousness soared. So let us bask in the feminist glory of the year with a few of our favorite quotes from 2015. 1. “When you […]

The Film That’s Taking on Campus Rape—And Winning

The Hunting Ground, a documentary directed by Kirby Dick and produced by Amy Ziering—the team behind The Invisible War—has received critical acclaim for bringing new light to the campus rape crisis facing schools across the country, and breaking the silence on sexual assault reports suppressed by college officials. Since its release in February, The Hunting Ground has screened at more than 700 universities, high schools, […]

Abortion Opponents: Watch What They Do, Not What They Say

Last Friday, the U.S. House of Representatives voted (again) to defund Planned Parenthood. Another battle in the ongoing war on Planned Parenthood and abortion. Right? Wrong. If you listen to the candidate debates, it’s all about abortion, but if you follow what “abortion opponents” actually do once elected, the motivation becomes clear—it’s not just abortion […]