There is mounting evidence that Clarence Thomas's wife helped plan the events of Jan. 6. Can her privilege as a white woman married to a Black Supreme Court Justice shield her from the charges?
It's dangerous to assume all women want to help one another. White women have a long history of upholding the white supremacist patriarchy.
White feminists have long presumed there exists a monolithic “woman voter”—someone who votes for all women’s best interests. But 50 percent of women voters tell a different story.
Our columnist and author Maud Newton speak with candor about her excellent new book 'Ancestor Trouble,' the brutal discovery of being a descendent of slave owners, and the question of reconciling with a bigoted parent.
The genre comprising 'Inventing Anna,' 'Bad Vegan,' and 'The Dropout' delivers more than riveting girl-boss con-artist tales about white femininity. Together, they tell a bigger story about our society's susceptibility to their con.
The Arizona senator, who ran on a progressive platform, appears to be relishing her betrayal of her constituents, with outrageous theatrical gestures that trumpet her racial privilege.
Social media is a haven for hate groups, who use the instantaneous medium to organize and troll. So why do the platforms continue to protect them and not those they abuse?
Men dominate all the rally photos and media coverage. But behind them stand women whose devotion to the cause is just as fierce—and frightening.