Throughout history, witchcraft has been used as an accusation to oppress or eliminate women. Still today, those of us who dare speak truth to power still face trial by fire.
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.
If we've learned anything after the 2016 election—and we've learned a lot—it's that the woman who will break the ultimate glass ceiling will not come from the left. So, brace yourselves.
There is much to praise about Beyoncé’s husband’s new album, which documents the rapper’s reckoning with toxic masculinity. But is he due all the credit for his evolution?
For once, women and girls can watch a superhero movie and revel in the glorious pleasure of having something wonderful that wholly belongs to them.
The suggestion that women and men can't be friends not only betrays a misogynist’s suppressed sexual urges—but an agenda to deprive women of their agency.
From Sean Spicer’s attacks on April Ryan to Bill O’Reilly insulting Maxine Waters, No. 45’s cohort is revealing just how terrified they are of smart, powerful women.
We've seen unprecedented level of murderous vitriol spewed at the Democratic presidential candidate. But it's just another chapter in a long history of demonizing women seeking power.
It’s fine to insult anyone, as long as they aren’t white women.