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?
Its failure to be ratified did more than curtail women's rights. It may have also created a divide among its proponents.
In this brilliant exclusive excerpt from WE WERE FEMINISTS ONCE, author Andi Zeisler describes the cynical cultural climate of the 1990s that set the stage for so-called “post-feminism."
Even feminists with big career plans can find themselves staying at home full-time with the kids. One woman reclaims the much-maligned label—and discovers she enjoys it.