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The Film ‘No Más Bebés’ Gives Reproductive-Justice Advocates Fuel for Today’s Fights
The forced sterilizations depicted in the movie are anything but ancient history.
February 4, 2016
Why Have I (Almost) Always Voted for the Male Candidate?
I’ve had many chances to cast a ballot for a woman in primary races. I had plenty of reasons why I shouldn’t.
February 4, 2016
Asking for a Friend: How to Tell if You’re Sexist in Bed
Liza answers a maybe-benighted male, and a woman whose politics are clashing with her dating life.
January 27, 2016
A Group of Mexican Immigrant Women Were Sterilized Without Their Consent. Can a New Film Bring Justice?
No Más Bebés
brings dignity and a sense of power to the mothers the law ignored.
January 26, 2016
Why Are We Paying Sales Tax on Tampons?
States exempt food and other necessities, but not menstrual products, from sales tax. How is that fair?
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January 15, 2016
The Book That Turns Hillary Clinton Into a Cartoon
Doug Henwood ignores everything good Hillary Clinton has ever done—and neglects the
double binds and difficulties women face in public life.
January 13, 2016
Why the Mainstream Media Adore Megyn Kelly
The Fox News anchor earns undeserved praise simply for not being the worst of the worst.
January 5, 2016
Why This Socialist Feminist Is Not Voting for Hillary
Socialist feminism assumes that redistribution is the best way to improve life for women. Clinton has demonstrated contempt for turning this project into policy.
December 30, 2015
The Year When Students of Color Put Campuses on Notice
Administrators’ vague rhetoric about diversity and inclusion won’t end a growing movement to make universities reimagine themselves.
December 27, 2015
Women Roar: The Story of the Year at the Intersection of Sports and Politics
2015 had no shortage of stories on the political edge of sports, but it was the play of female athletes that will mark the past year in history.