The new AMC series imagines a world in which the patriarchy is flipped upside down, then dropped from the sky. It's fun and feels good. But whether it's justice is subject for debate.
After a 36-year battle, we're one state away from ratifying the amendment that would make equal rights the law of the land. What is standing in the way?
In a culture that prizes love and sex and desirability above all, in which marriage is held up as the only option for stability, it's no surprise we are seeing isolation, loneliness, and rage.
Men like Matt Lauer, Charlie Rose and Louis C.K. are constantly given second chances while women barely get a first one.
There's a good reason Moira Donegan created a private space like the Shitty Media Men list. So why would another woman seek to violate that trust?
2017 tested our sanity, but filled us with a purposeful rage. We're speaking up, naming names, and taking over.
Like any abusive relationship, the president has triggered many Americans—and some are finding themselves harboring dark thoughts they never could have imagined before.
Our flag has been subverted by traitors who are dismantling every principle on which this nation was built. Democrats, it’s time to show the this country the real meaning of patriotism.
If we don't care whether Ivanka serves as her father's apologist, or we're still buying albums by alleged sex offender R. Kelly, or we dismiss rape jokes as just jokes, then yeah, we're complicit.
Another day, another media pundit telling us to stop talking about "identity politics" if Democrats want to win. But they’re wrong.