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Gender equality news and analysis from The Nation
January 4, 2023
The Continuing Imprisonment of Leila de Lima Is an International Scandal
Her incarceration for having the temerity to investigate former Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte is a stain on the reputation of the new Marcos administration.
December 5, 2022
The Queen of Candor: Aline Kominsky-Crumb 1948–2022
Her fearless autobiographical stories revolutionized cartooning.
November 1, 2022
Can a District Attorney Dismantle Mass Incarceration and Fight for Gender Justice?
Civil rights lawyer and anti-carceral feminist Pamela Price might just win the Alameda County DA seat—but can she resolve its contradictions?
June 14, 2022
The Growing Campus Gender Gap
Why are there fewer men than women in college today?
June 3, 2022
Why What Happens In Vermont Shouldn’t Stay In Vermont
It could help progressives in other places build power.
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April 5, 2022
Where Is the Women’s Movement?
Why do young feminists seem more interested in social media than in building feminist organizations?
February 28, 2022
How Sports Have Been Used to Attack Trans People
Chris Mosier, the first openly transgender athlete for Team USA, answers five questions about the struggle for trans lives.
December 14, 2021
Jobs for Men but Not for Women?
Though sex-based discrimination is no longer legal, it still structures American employment. Passing the Build Back Better bill could finally change that.
October 13, 2021
Breaking Glass: Curriculum “Diversity” and Its Discontents
On teaching literature and the limits of representation.
October 11, 2021
The Long Shadow of Anita Hill’s Testimony
Three decades after Anita Hill brought sexual harassment allegations against Supreme Court nominee Clarence Thomas, Black women are still waiting for justice.