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
Why did the alt-right, so eager to excuse Milo Yiannopoulos, finally turn on him?
Milo Yiannopoulos was the paradoxical posterboy for the alt-right's fascist aesthetic. Until he wasn't.
Phyllis Schlafly, Trump, and the terror of difference.
Hillary Clinton is the first major politician to support abortion without qualification. And she has never polled better with millennials.
Many see gayness as inseparable from city life. But many LGBT Americans—particularly queer black folks—live in rural places. Their invisibility to the gay rights movement is a problem.
A new series explores how reading works by global women of color is generative.
When your father is trans, memoir is both personal and political.
Many young children become obsessed with gender. How do we know which are trans?
Radical gay liberation laid the ground for the moderate legal gains of gay rights.
Moralistic or not, misogyny is not about hating women. It is about controlling them.
Poetry is offering new candor about the ways men care for their children.
Suddenly conservatives want us to believe they care about homophobia.
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William Callison, Quinn Slobodian
Charles Sabel, David G. Victor
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