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A conversation with the feminist playwright and One Billion Rising leader, whose new play, O.P.C., opens in Cambridge on November 28.
They aren’t very interested in compromise, or birth control—or, for that matter, in engaging much with pro-choicers.
Feinberg’s Stone Butch Blues is best understood within the genre of American revolutionary fiction that linked oppressions, forged solidarity and expressed utopian longings.
What would your abortion compromise look like? What will you do for pregnant women who can’t afford a child? And more.
There are limits to what the law can do to police cyberabuse.
The arrival of men signifies a sea change, part of an extraordinary year for feminism, in which the conversation has been transformed.
On Wednesday November, 5 at 7pm EST, Pollitt joins MSNBC’s Irin Carmon and the New School’s Terri Gordon for a live event.
After 13 Years of war, Afghan women are still fighting for basic human rights.
It’s time to claim abortion rights as a social good.
After November 4, America could follow Texas down a very anti-woman path.