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How doing a good deed gets you ten months in Saudi Arabia.
Feminist Jewish women are challenging the orthodoxy.
Tuesday, Feb. 19, marks the half-century anniversary of the publication of a book that changed women’s lives. The book was “The Feminine Mystique,” written by Smith College graduate Betty Friedan.
Taylor Swift declined to call herself a feminist in an interview with the Daily Beast. Then Katy Perry accepted Billboard’s Woman of the Year award by proclaiming that she’s not a feminist.
Why more women are breaking the fear barrier.
Ninety years ago, on Aug. 26, 1920, women won the right to vote, and Wisconsin has the proud honor of being the first state to have ratified the Nineteenth Amendment.
Start readings in your own hometowns. Once a month outside the farmer’s market, a local coffee spot or gathering place. Keep it simple.
The Right is co-opting progressivism for its own ends.
The feminist movement of the 1970s popularized the slogan, "The personal is political." And it's true: what has more meaning than our own personal relationships?Too often, unfortunately, the relationships between men and women become embodied by violence and assault. In her powerful poem "Paper Dolls," Sierra Demulder speaks of these experiences we too often hear in statistics, and reaffirms the power of women to stand tall even when "you can't tell between an Adam's apple and a fist."
In honor of Pride Month, and in the ongoing struggle for gay marriage and all equal rights for the queer community, here is the one and only Staceyann Chin. Born in Jamaica, based in Brooklyn, Chin is an international literary rock star and advocate for human rights. Is she a feminist or (in Alice Walker's words) a "womanist"? Listen in and find out.
My guest this week is Nona Willis Aronowitz, the author of "girldrive."
On Aug. 12, tennis legend Billie Jean King was duly recognized for her role as a game-changer of history.
Palin, like the rest of the religious right, views government as a tool to inflict religious dogma upon the nation.