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Jan. 21 2016 1:07 PMShopping at Whole Foods in an Open-Carry StateIt’s a little less stressful than it used to be, thanks to a few moms in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Jan. 15 2016 1:21 PM“New York Values” Are Dominating This ElectionAnd Donald Trump is fighting a whole new kind of culture war.
Jan. 14 2016 1:34 PMWhy Anne of Green Gables Is a Patron Saint of Female OutsidersAnd why the makers of the new TV adaptation should take a few risks. 
Jan. 12 2016 10:46 AMWho Is Marco Rubio’s New Anti-Feminist Adviser?His name is Wayne Grudem, and he’s into something known as “complementarianism.”
Jan. 11 2016 10:23 AMHillary Clinton’s Plan for Paid Family Leave Is Bad Policy DesignIf only the ghost of FDR were on her advisory team.
Jan. 6 2016 4:40 PMWhat Is a Slutty Power Lesbian?How to define the woman of Jennifer Lawrence’s dreams.
Dec. 23 2015 10:47 AMMore Than Likable EnoughI like Hillary Clinton. And I’m convinced that saying so can be a subversive act.
Dec. 22 2015 11:58 AMThe Death of Jacqueline SmithSixty years ago, an illegal abortion killed her. The case made national news. We still have much to learn from her story. 
Dec. 21 2015 5:00 PMThe Nice Guy FallacyWhy did it take so long for allegations to emerge against progressive PR hero Trevor FitzGibbon?
Dec. 18 2015 9:37 AMThe Year White Pop Stars Thought Everything Was About ThemIt wasn’t.
Dec. 17 2015 7:03 AMThe Year We Wanted Men to Work More Like WomenFrom Mark Zuckerberg to Anne Marie Slaughter, the conversation on work-life balance pivoted toward working dads.
Dec. 9 2015 5:00 AMThe Trans Women Who Say That Trans Women Aren’t WomenMeet the apostates of the trans rights movement.
Dec. 4 2015 11:07 AMBreast-Feeding Extremists Are Even Worse Than You ThoughtCourtney Jung’s Lactivism shows just how dangerous their cause can be.
Dec. 3 2015 4:23 PMWhy Are There So Few Female Mass Shooters? Tashfeen Malik, mother of a baby girl, fits none of our preconceptions about the perpetrators of gun violence.
Dec. 1 2015 11:39 AMJames Deen Was Never a Feminist IdolWomen cast the porn star—now accused of sexual assault—in their fantasies. They can just as easily cast him out.
Jan. 19 2016 12:52 PMBrandeis Students Are Lobbying to Get Their Professor on the Tenure TrackIt should work. Here’s why it likely won’t.
Jan. 15 2016 8:15 AMPreventing the Next Kermit GosnellStricter abortion laws won’t do it.
Jan. 12 2016 2:49 PMBlaming HillaryThe media’s grotesque attempt to smear Hillary, again, for Bill’s affairs.
Jan. 12 2016 10:19 AMCould Abortion Become a Wedge Issue in the South’s Last Semi-Swing State?A new law in North Carolina might be a sign that Republicans have gone too far.
Jan. 7 2016 3:45 PMRadical Self-CareMeet the feminist academics who love K-beauty.
Dec. 30 2015 1:36 PMWhy Bill’s Past Could Still Hurt Hillary The right hopes to turn the feminist consensus on rape against the Clintons.
Dec. 22 2015 12:36 PMRape Victims Are Still Being Charged for Rape KitsIn too many states, hospital bills are compounding the trauma of sexual assault.
Dec. 22 2015 9:48 AMThe “Hey, What About Me?” MovementRich, famous, and super-confused about what feminism means.
Dec. 21 2015 5:53 AMThe Year We Doubled Down on the Worst Part of the Campus Rape DebatePlus, the one blind spot that every feminist can rally around. 
Dec. 17 2015 3:03 PMThe Year We Wondered if Emotional Labor Should Come With a Price“Worry work” is worth something—but who pays, and how?
Dec. 16 2015 10:08 AMThe Year Unthinkable Became the New Normal It’s been a terrible year for abortion rights—but there is opportunity to be found amid the setbacks.
Dec. 7 2015 8:08 AMPro-Lifers and Pro-Choicers Need to Stop Shouting Past Each OtherThe best people on both sides of the abortion debate share one important thing in common.
Dec. 4 2015 7:56 AM“Is It Too Late to Back Out Now?”Katy Waldman discusses writing about anorexia and literature.
Dec. 2 2015 3:45 PMKim Kardashian Has a ColdHealth issues are the new frontier in celebrity PR.
Nov. 30 2015 6:16 PMAttacks on Abortion Clinics Should Be Prosecuted as TerrorismIt’s the right thing, both practically and philosophically.

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