Cis-male pundits have entered the chat on abortion, and pushed out the women who have been on the front lines of the fight from the conversation.
Cancel culture’s critics make bad-faith arguments about censorship and worry about artists’ ability to rehabilitate their careers. But what about their fans, who are grappling with the grief of relinquishing a beloved relationship with their work?
When municipalities settle sexual assault and harassment suits with taxpayers' money, Americans literally pay for the sexual predation we seem unwilling to confront.
Racism and misogyny are essential tools wielded by the reigning class—and they’re fundamentally un-democratic.
Death does not absolve the hate-mongering radio blowhard, who set the stage for Trumpism. And the media has to stop recasting the bigot as a “provocateur” and “personality.”
Perhaps if women were as valued and respected as men, American society would be the place men claim it is.
He may be able to buy his way into the race. But that doesn’t mean NYC’s billionaire former mayor can get us to the finish line. And would we even want him to?
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.
Whether it's Bernie Sanders or any well-meaning ally, men need to learn that being accountable isn't the same as weakness.
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?