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
Islamic jurisprudence does not encourage abortion, but unlike the Catholic Church, it does not absolutely forbid it.
Anti-vaxxers need to relax.
I was still in college the first time someone cried in a parent-teacher conference with me.
It is worth pausing to reflect on how women’s participation in politics has changed over the course of American history.
Claude S. Fischer
The Supreme Court never agreed that access to contraceptives is a compelling government interest. The consequences may be significant.
Why did the Supreme Court extend religious exercise rights to for-profit corporations?
The buffer zone decision is wonderfully logical but also divorced from real experience.
Lonely Christopher's Death and Disaster Series.
The American workplace increasingly rewards (and expects) long hours.
Sex work may be a profession, but that doesn't make it a source of empowerment.
Michaele L. Ferguson
When narcissism was pathologized, reformers were labeled as narcissists and discontent swept under the rug. George Scialabba responds.
Dora Russell and the evolution of feminisim.
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