After a primary with a record number of women vying for the nomination, it’s hard to get excited to vote for two elderly white men. So how can we make them become the candidates we need?
Unlike many of the former Democratic candidates, the two frontrunners have done little to court the disabled vote. How will they fight for us against an appallingly ableist president?
Democratic frontrunner Bernie Sanders has only half-heartedly disavowed his most abusive devotees—and that will not serve any one of us well, least of all him.
A record number of experienced female candidates have run for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination. But Americans apparently don’t want women with plans in the Oval Office—they want a man.
When your base is composed of unreformed bigots, you become dependent on them to get re-elected. Does the Left really want to appease these people for votes?
Without childcare assistance, having a baby and raising children is out of reach for a lot of American families. So why is the “pro-family-values” GOP working against helping them?
Whether it's Bernie Sanders or any well-meaning ally, men need to learn that being accountable isn't the same as weakness.
The remaining 2020 contenders for the Democratic Party's nomination are homogenous by design.
Now that we have a viable female front-runner in the race for the Democratic nomination, a previously praised candidate is suddenly a “liar,” a “sell-out,” and untrustworthy. How will we ever elect a woman president?
It didn't matter that Senator Harris was a strong candidate with a passionate base. The misogynoir of press coverage doomed her from the outset.