A Political and Literary Forum
On the hundreth anniversary of suffrage, it’s time for gender equity in political office.
Jennifer M. Piscopo, Shauna L. Shames
Seventies activists wanted to emancipate kids and destroy the nuclear family—so how did we end up with gay marriage instead?
The best teaching is always intimate. Today's universities make it difficult to talk about that.
Marta Figlerowicz, Ayesha Ramachandran
A childhood steeped in guns shows that toxic masculinity and racism are at the heart of U.S. gun culture.
Feminism and trans* activism have been at odds for decades. They don't need to be.
The death of Charley Shively marks the end of an era, but his revolutionary ideas for a just society resonate now more than ever.
From #MeToo to Milo Yiannopoulos, this has been the year of gender trouble.
#MeToo must go beyond the demand for punishment.
To fight sexual harassment in the workplace, we must return to the history of women in the labor movement.
Prosecuting stealthing may not be the best way to end the practice.
Conservatives routinely deny that gender is fluid. Yet they have feminized Comey in order to bring him down.
Black feminism and the 2 Live Crew.
Kimberlé W. Crenshaw
The female body is not, as Ariel Levy claims, the ultimate equalizer.
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William Callison, Quinn Slobodian
Charles Sabel, David G. Victor
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