NARAL ProChoice America wants its sisters in Connecticut to support Joe Lieberman. Are they out of their minds?
Organizers had hoped the second World Pride conference in Jerusalem would challenge religious bias against gays. But the unfolding war in Lebanon got in the way.
Every other week, in the pages of this magazine, Katha Pollitt collects
her thoughts in her column, "Subject to Debate." To say that Pollitt's
column is a hotbed of feminist polemic is only par
The only thing more absurd than the wedding gift the British government just gave
Katha Pollitt answers questions about feminism, politics and her new book, Virginity or Death! And Other Pressing Social Issues of Our Times.
International law offers protection to the oppressed. In Are Women
Human?, feminist legal scholar Catharine A. MacKinnon exposes the
hypocrisy of not extending the same protection to women.
Antifeminists engage in moral discourse while feminists tend to speak in the language of personal choice. But what happens when choice is a bad idea--for yourself, other women or society?
In South Dakota, prochoicers are fighting back with a bipartisan
initiative challenging the abortion ban and a grassroots effort
that has put progressive Native American women on the ballot.
Mothers in America are in serious need of a new deal to remedy a profound wage gap with other working women and men, and an outdated family support structure.
As a satellite radio DJ, Bob Dylan is reaching a new generation of fans, who admire his music but, unlike earlier admirers, do not see him as a prophet.