Who today would argue publicly that women aren’t funny?
Students fighting to improve campus sexual assault policies face indifference—or worse—from administrators.
Black women have made connections between their struggles and those of black men since the 1800s.
Black girls face daunting odds, too. Why does My Brother’s Keeper neglect their struggles?
Read all the pieces in The Nation’s special issue on the new wave of racial justice organizing.
For Latinos and Asian- and Arab-Americans, Ferguson is our fight too.
The so-called “Swedish model” banning the purchase but not the sale of sex is catching on in Europe. But does it work? And for whom?
The law, passed in 1993 with near-unanimous support, has become an excuse for bigotry, superstition and sectarianism.
The Roberts court has expanded First Amendment protections to such an extent that strikes, pickets, and boycotts should be protected as free speech.
By failing to connect the plight of trans women to the struggles of all women, feminists overlook the same culture of male entitlement they seek to combat.