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
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.
Rapists should be held accountable. But is more incarceration the best way?
Conservative Christians are out to restore their historical legal privileges.
Eileen Myles's celebrity shouldn't eclipse her skill as a poet.
The family is changing. Will the social contract catch up?
Poet D. A. Powell on lowercasing "aids" and surviving a plague.
D. A. Powell, Tadeusz Dąbrowski
Getting women to participate in group decision-making takes more than superficial equality.
Tali Mendelberg, Christopher F. Karpowitz
Dawn Lundy Martin discusses the impact of history on the poetic body.
The literal and metaphorical shapeshifting of the female body.
Crusading for black rights, women's equality, and gender non-conformity.
Kenneth W. Mack
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