Articles tagged with feminism

dworkin levine
Judith Levine

Linda Hirshman’s new book "Reckoning" poses a false dichotomy between two kinds of feminism: those fighting for sexual liberation and those fighting for equality. We don’t have to give up one for the sake of the other.

Rosie Gillies
Joseph J. Fischel

Debate over Title IX affirmative consent standards has assumed that consent is the best basis for a feminist sexual politics. But what if it isn’t?

Jeremy Lybarger Andrea Dworkin
Jeremy Lybarger

Andrea Dworkin is remembered for saying that all sex is rape—even though she never said that. A new collection reintroduces the radical feminist to the next generation of “nasty women.”

silvia federici boston review
Jill Richards Silvia Federici

Silvia Federici interviewed by Jill Richards.

sex robot boston review
Cathy O’Neil

How sex with robots became safer—and better—than sex with actual men.

Chappel aging feminism
James G. Chappel

Many Amazon holiday orders will be fulfilled by homeless retirees, America’s newest precariat. Taking better care of them is part of feminism’s next big challenge.

Christopher Lebron

Black women go missing—from civil rights history and from our lives.

witch protestors
Jessie Kindig

A woman’s body is both a site of exploitation and a site of resistance. It is out of this vexed space that the witch is conjured.