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?
Pregnancy discrimination is real. But the misogynistic attacks against Elizabeth Warren from BOTH sides of the aisle remind us that facts don't matter with regard to women seeking the nomination.
Men aren't born hating women. But in a culture that promotes chastity as strongly as it celebrates male conquest, is it really a surprise that misogyny has reached new depths?
From literature to the legislature to even the medical exam room, men have demonstrated a pernicious, defiant ignorance about female anatomy—and it's destroying our lives.
In this excerpt from her new book ‘Dead Blondes and Bad Mothers,” our columnist explains how American women's obsession with the Laci Peterson murder wasn't about tabloid TV addiction, but a darker truth many of them lived themselves.
Our new political reality includes more women, more people of color, and with them, more substantive policy. And that opens up a whole new set of possibilities.