Cis-men dismiss women as hysterical when we tell them our lives are in danger. Then they act surprised when our worst fears are realized.
We don't want masculinity to be toxic, yet we refuse to let go of the capitalistic and emotional limits that support patriarchal behavior. What then is masculinity's place in society?
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.”
We have been coddling white men’s hurt feelings and it’s literally costing us American lives.
Democratic frontrunner Bernie Sanders has only half-heartedly disavowed his most abusive devotees—and that will not serve any one of us well, least of all him.
Why, with so much on the line—not least of all, voting rights and the survival of the planet—is the current Democratic front-runner raging on the low road?
No matter how toxic their behavior, boys like Nick Sandmann are defended, protected, and even encouraged to cultivate their privilege.
As the GOP and much of the mainstream media flail about looking for a "reason" for school shootings, the real problem goes largely unexplored. What are we going to do about America's angry misogynist problem?
Trump's loud, aggressive tweets can seem laughable, but they also put our lives at risk. Why has male virility become so dependent on social media virality?
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.