Women are constantly being told "less is more"—on the plate, on our bodies, in our homes. In other words: Disappear!
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.
The media’s obsession with the white populist narrative serves two purposes: telling women who supported Hillary they don’t matter and exonerating itself from being culpable in her loss.
James Comey's firing is terrifying news. As is Census director John Thompson's resignation, which all but guarantees the GOP a 2020 Census that fulfills their craven white supremacy.
Twenty years ago, the romance about two Black artists depicted a very different Chicago than the struggling city we're seeing now. And this administration is only going to make it worse.
The abuse suffered by David Dao on United is sadly neither unique to the carrier or the passenger. But will the airline industry ever change its ways?
Some feminists eager to build on the momentum of the Women's March have been debating whether the Women's Strike excludes those who would benefit from it most.
The very real threat of a post-Roe America has inspired well-intentioned pleas by white feminists to get IUDs while we still can. But for women of color, it’s not that simple.
Activists like undocumented worker Sandra Henriquez have put their lives on the line to protest injustice. Under a Trump administration, progressives might want to follow their lead.
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.