Last night the awards show made history (Viola Davis!), warmed hearts (Uzo Aduba! Jill Soloway!), and proved that TV is a pretty great place for women right now.
The internet reacted with vitriol when the trans advocate was given an ESPY award for courage. But as this writer, the military wife of a combat veteran, knows, you can’t quantify bravery.
Elinor Burkett’s New York ‘Times’ piece berates Caitlyn Jenner’s claim to femininity. But "womanhood" is far more complicated than what she describes in her essay.
Ever since the writer converted to Judaism, she’s been told she’s not a real Jew. Does this identity disparagement sound familiar?