It’s a clever resolution that none of the parties had asked for, but that is better than anything on the menu that the Court had before it.
Betty Friedan Reflects On 1992, The Year Of The Woman
February 04, 2014
The American writer and feminist Betty Friedan, who died in 2006, was born on this day in 1921.
The CEO of the Texas Hospital That Won't Take a Pregnant Woman off Life Support Was an Idealistic Democrat
January 08, 2014
He used to be a Democrat, just like his pal Rick Perry.
How Blue States Could Push Back For Abortion Rights
November 13, 2013
Wednesday, a group of legislators introduced a different kind of abortion bill into the U.S. Senate.
In mid-2001, Johana Cece, a woman in her early twenties, fled her hometown of Korçë, a small city near Albania’s Greek border.
Don't Buy Ken Cuccinelli's Latest Ad on Women's Rights
August 20, 2013
Ken Cuccinelli, the Republican nominee for governor of Virginia, came out with a new ad this week touting the efforts he made as a University of Virginia undergraduate to combat campus sexual assault.
Is Women's Empowerment Behind the Humanities "Crisis"?
August 05, 2013
Two hefty, anxious reports have this summer charted the decline of the humanities over the last several decades (setting off many dirges). But like most data sets, these numbers tell more than one story.
There Is Nothing Moderate About the 20-Week Abortion Ban
August 02, 2013
This morning, The New York Times has a story about the new prize tactic of the anti-reproductive rights movement: laws that ban abortions at 20 weeks, which have cleared legislatures in 12 states since 2010 (and passed the U.S.
Texas Governor Rick Perry announced today that he’s not running for reelection in 2014.
The new laws in North Dakota and Arkansas aren't likely to stand. But they're shifting the conversation in a dangerous direction.