In an election marked by economic message failures and false promises, Sarah Jaffe asks, in this excerpt from ‘Nasty Women,’ whether we can ever find the solidarity to move us forward.
Many voters elected Trump not for his economic policies, but for the hate and fear he’s stoked in the American people—which this half-Black, half-White writer discovered first-hand.
Helen Gurley Brown encouraged women to sleep their way to the top. Feminist Kate Millett warned that sex wasn't necessarily a weapon. Guess which message endured?
The comedian's support of Hillary Clinton, and his disdain for Trump supporters, is admirable. But why are we giving him a prize for participation?
We've seen unprecedented level of murderous vitriol spewed at the Democratic presidential candidate. But it's just another chapter in a long history of demonizing women seeking power.
Hillary Clinton's been ripped to shreds by the GOP to the FBI to our Trump-loving uncle, and we're still justifying our love by saying, "I like her, but..." when we want to declare our full support.
The most divisive and toxic election in history may be permanently redistricting the map of our personal lives.
The "nasty woman," who defended abortion rights as never before, made her final case for her place in the White House. But what exactly was Donald Trump doing?
After 4-1/2 years together, the writer thought she and her partner had told each other everything. So why is he determined not to tell her who he's pulling the lever for on November 8?
The #TrumpTapes exposed the Republican Party's long history of supporting rape culture. And women aren't having it anymore.