Feminism

Feminism Has Conquered the Culture. Now Comes the Hard Part
A debate on this unprecedented opportunity
September 14, 2014

Two female writers battle it out over that very question.

Men in Congress Literally Don't Listen to Women
September 12, 2014

Women represent 23 percent of witnesses in the GOP's House. 

Our Jack the Ripper Obsession Is Misogynist
Were Jack the Ripper alive today, would we idolize him as much?
September 09, 2014

And the women who rightfully find the whole thing appalling. 

Women Don't Stick with the Sciences. Here's Why.
At each stage of their careers, more women than men leave the most prestigious path
September 08, 2014

"I am often insecure about my abilities as a female scientist."

Joan Rivers Didn't Care If You Liked It
Her feminism and misogyny were impossible for young women to reconcile
September 05, 2014

Her feminism and misogyny were impossible for young women to reconcile.

Cosmo Will Endorse Pro-Women Candidates. When Will It Stop Sending Anti-Feminist Messages?
September 04, 2014

The magazine has a long history of objectifying women.

Feminism's Real First Wave Was America's Early Teachers
An interview with Dana Goldstein, author of 'The Teacher Wars'
September 03, 2014

An interview with Dana Goldstein, author of 'The Teacher Wars.'

Why Aren't Women Advancing At Work? Ask a Transgender Person.
Having experienced the workplace from both perspectives, they hold the key to its biases.
August 28, 2014

As a population that has experienced the workplace from both perspectives, they hold the key to its biases.

Geneticists' New Obsession with Pregnancy Isn't Bad for Women
How epigenetics can bolster feminism
August 17, 2014

It turns out the life choices men make could have an even greater impact on their children's genes.

If We Want Feminism to Have a Real Impact, Then Let's Stop Teaching So Much Theory
By refusing to engage with personal matters, academics are alienating a generation
August 07, 2014

Drop the jargon. Be practical.

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