Shopping 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.
“New York Values” Are Dominating This ElectionAnd Donald Trump is fighting a whole new kind of culture war.
Why Anne of Green Gables Is a Patron Saint of Female OutsidersAnd why the makers of the new TV adaptation should take a few risks.
Who Is Marco Rubio’s New Anti-Feminist Adviser?His name is Wayne Grudem, and he’s into something known as “complementarianism.”
Hillary Clinton’s Plan for Paid Family Leave Is Bad Policy DesignIf only the ghost of FDR were on her advisory team.
More Than Likable EnoughI like Hillary Clinton. And I’m convinced that saying so can be a subversive act.
The 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.
The Nice Guy FallacyWhy did it take so long for allegations to emerge against progressive PR hero Trevor FitzGibbon?
The 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.
The Trans Women Who Say That Trans Women Aren’t WomenMeet the apostates of the trans rights movement.
Breast-Feeding Extremists Are Even Worse Than You ThoughtCourtney Jung’s Lactivism shows just how dangerous their cause can be.
Why 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.
Brandeis Students Are Lobbying to Get Their Professor on the Tenure TrackIt should work. Here’s why it likely won’t.
Could 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.
Why Bill’s Past Could Still Hurt Hillary The right hopes to turn the feminist consensus on rape against the Clintons.
Rape Victims Are Still Being Charged for Rape KitsIn too many states, hospital bills are compounding the trauma of sexual assault.
The Year We Doubled Down on the Worst Part of the Campus Rape DebatePlus, the one blind spot that every feminist can rally around.
The Year We Wondered if Emotional Labor Should Come With a Price“Worry work” is worth something—but who pays, and how?
The 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.
Pro-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.