Women like Dana Loesch, Ivanka Trump, and Hope Hicks play the role of oppressed woman and white supremacist at once, making them perfect spokespeople for Donald Trump and the NRA.
Our culture teaches boys to feel entitled to girls' attention, affection, and love, which breeds a vicious cycle of misogyny and violence.
They flirt with you as you pitch your stories. Your meetings feel like dates. How can a female journalist feel good about her work when newsrooms are predominantly controlled by men?
The 'Unscrewed' author talks with DAME about "fauxpowerment" and Hugh Hefner, the fate of Roe v. Wade, and the inevitability of the current brutal backlash.
Abortion opponents use the social media platform like a weapon, and with absolute precision—and they're winning as a result. What are pro-choicers doing wrong?
Papers like The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal are conflating bigotry with normalizing words like “firebrand,” often defending this framing as "objective." It's anything but.
Men dominate all the rally photos and media coverage. But behind them stand women whose devotion to the cause is just as fierce—and frightening.
Credible journalism warrants that reporters present “both sides.” But is it reasonable to demand the artifice of reporters not having an opinion in these highly politicized times?
As the debate over Hillary Clinton's memoir rages on, one of her campaign canvassers is reminded of exactly what she encountered while on the trail.
The Education secretary is a devotee of Trump's philosophy of grifting and punching down. So why would we be shocked that she's protecting rapists and not assault victims?