When two cis-female anti-trans professors were uninvited to give talks, they were presented in the U.K. press as “victims” of cancel culture. But in the fight for trans rights, framing harmful rhetoric as personal opinion shouldn’t get a platform.
Why, with so much on the line—not least of all, voting rights and the survival of the planet—is the current Democratic front-runner raging on the low road?
Their definition of what constitutes as sex and rape may not be the same as Catholic Brett Kavanaugh’s, but this judge is seizing a loophole and plans to ride it all the way to the bench.
When local media fail to do their jobs by checking facts, corroborating sources, or simply asking follow-up questions as they did in Sioux Falls, SD, following a bomb scare, they're the ones creating "fake news."
Even with a new executive order to stop separating minors from their parents at the border, the inhospitable, understaffed detention centers holding thousands are still putting kids in grave danger.
Like so many of us, Joy Reid's views on LGBTQ people has evolved. The real question: Why are so many women having their past social media scrutinized?
The algorithms used to determine how to target ads are based on biased data that assumes most social-media users are white men. That’s not only wrong—it’s racist.
Women like Dana Loesch, Ivanka Trump, and Hope Hicks play the role of oppressed woman and white supremacist at once, making them perfect spokespeople for Donald Trump and the NRA.
After the mass shooting in Las Vegas, Republicans once again called for "mental health reform" in order to prevent future shootings. But statistics tell a different story.
As the debate over Hillary Clinton's memoir rages on, one of her campaign canvassers is reminded of exactly what she encountered while on the trail.