Harvey Weinstein is now a convicted rapist—and we owe that to the silence-breakers. But we also owe them something more: the ability to work without fear of being perceived as “difficult” or “dangerous.” We owe them their lives back.
At Wednesday's impeachment debate, the GOP confirmed who they really are: corrupt carnival barkers and Putin's henchmen
From Megan Rapinoe and Serena Williams to Reps. AOC and Tlaib, women are showing the rest of America that having the courage to tell the truth is the only way to salvage democracy.
Women are expected to accept less in the name of “opportunity,” and cautioned against being “too eager.” But if we don’t demand what we’re worth, who will?
The road to 2020 has only just begun, and it’s more important than ever to unite as a party. The consequences of division are, well, sitting right there in the White House.
Harris, Warren, Gillibrand—the prospect of anyone else in the White House is enough to make a voting gal giddy. But swooning for change won’t fix our broken democracy.
The former DA and Senate committee badass makes history with her presidential bid. But more importantly, she may just be the best person for the job.
Male candidates are dubbed the lovable underdog, the savior, the great source of hope. But women are most often the leaders we’ve most needed.
Throughout history, witchcraft has been used as an accusation to oppress or eliminate women. Still today, those of us who dare speak truth to power still face trial by fire.
Guys silently nodding in agreement about the issues at stake for women is not enough. Our lives are on the line. So actively fight with us, or realize that you are the problem.