Does Hillary Really Believe in the Hillary Doctrine?
June 23, 2015
As Secretary of State she argued that global gender equality was essential to national security. But how about as president?
I Don’t Want to Be an Excuse for Racist Violence Anymore
June 22, 2015
We can’t talk about Charleston without talking about white women. Because Dylann Roof did.
How to Rid the Science Lab of Sexism
June 15, 2015
No matter what a Nobel Prize-winning scientist says about women in the lab, it doesn’t help to suggest segregating them—even in jest.
She doesn't support policies that would benefit women on the whole.
One Picture Can't Tell All of Caitlyn Jenner’s Story
June 03, 2015
For the vast majority that sees Jenner as not too-little-too-late but too-much-too-soon, the cover is a powerful statement.
It's possible to change minds.
The Marginalization of Women in Mainstream Country Music
June 02, 2015
To succeed in the genre, you just have to be a guy who likes staring at women.
True economic parity shouldn’t depend on spouses living as economically autonomous units, where each spouse lives only off his or her own money.
Ironically, "Generation Me" might be the first to change the way that women and men think about paid leave.
Paid Leave This Week: Breastfeeding Models, Pregnant Marines, and the Worst States for Working Moms
May 22, 2015
A roundup of paid leave news.