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War and Peace
Subject to Debate
August 25, 2016
France Has a Strange Concept of Feminism—and Secularism
Local bans on “burkinis” aren’t only wrong—they’re counterproductive.
August 11, 2016
Don’t Bother Reporting Sexual Harassment Unless You’ve Got 10 Other Women Saying the Same Thing
One woman’s complaint is rarely enough for an employer—or for us.
June 7, 2016
If Women Were Less Poor, Would There Really Be Fewer Abortions?
Reducing poverty and lowering the abortion rate are two different things—for a reason.
May 19, 2016
In Cosmopolitan Vienna, It’s Easy to Miss the Anti-Immigrant Sentiment Surging Across Austria
Even conservative Austrians want a generous welfare state—but, increasingly, they don’t want it for new arrivals.
May 4, 2016
Why Bernie Didn’t Get My Vote
It’s not his focus on the economy—it’s that he doesn’t seem to understand that the economy is structured by gender and race.
The Nation is reader supported.
April 21, 2016
North Carolina’s Anti-LGBT Law Is Not the Way to Keep Women Safe
The threats to women’s safety are posed by men, not trans women. So why should trans women suffer for those sins?
March 31, 2016
Half of the Abortion Clinics in Ohio Have Closed. And Kasich Is a ‘Moderate’?
Since when does moderate mean “one who does everything in his power to destroy women’s reproductive rights”?
March 11, 2016
The Whole World Still Needs Feminism
In many countries, women have made strides, but there’s a long way to go to equality.
March 3, 2016
Why We Need Women in Power
Women legislators tend to promote women’s issues. How do Bernie supporters think we should get gender parity in government?
February 18, 2016
America Changed. Antonin Scalia Never Did.
When the Supreme Court justice joined the bench, his views were mainstream. What a difference 30 years makes.