Everyone knows marriage is gendered. But divorce is where cultural stereotypes become law.
Hint: it’s not the marriage part.
By refusing to give up on a done deal, Texas feminists showed us what the future of pro-choice activism looks like.
I leaned out when I should have leaned in. But the problem is about much more than individual women’s choices.
Where the group was born, in Ukraine, its naked protests made more sense—but in the Muslim world, the message is getting lost in translation.
In Russia, activists struggle against rising homophobia and a government crack down on LGBT rights.
The Court’s ruling in Windsor v. United States strikes a powerful blow against the right-wing notion that Judeo-Christian morality justifies discrimination.
The unanimous decision is a victory for patients, women, scientists, doctors, researchers and human kind.
Early marriage and domestic violence in the camps are a fact of life for girls fleeing the civil war.
I don’t have simplistic fantasies about being rescued from oppression by figureheads alone. But I also know that women and people of color are a threat to the status quo.