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Gender and Sexuality
Gender and Sexuality news and analysis from The Nation
Today 8:00 am
We are the resistance.
Yesterday 12:59 pm
What Farmworkers Can Teach Hollywood About Ending Sexual Harassment
A proven model for creating a safer workplace exists in Florida’s tomato fields.
Yesterday 9:30 am
Serena Williams Could Insist That Doctors Listen to Her. Most Black Women Can’t.
We can’t solve America’s maternal-health problem without first acknowledging how racism harms black moms.
Elizabeth Dawes Gay
Yesterday 6:00 am
How Trump Brought Feminism Back With a Vengeance
Katha Pollitt, plus Bob Dreyfuss on Russiagate and David Bromwich on Trump’s ruling passions.
Start Making Sense
January 16, 2018
Republicans Are Trying to Dismantle the Backbone of US Immigration Policy
For more than 50 years, family reunification has been a humane and compassionate part of our system.
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January 12, 2018
What Moira Donegan Did for Young Women Writers
Young women writers who want to make their voices heard will follow her example in the years to come.
January 12, 2018
How to End the Silence Around Sexual-Harassment Settlements
In the wake of the #MeToo movement, lawmakers are floating bills to ban confidentiality in workplace sexual harassment settlements. But advocates are divided over whether that would benefit all victims.
January 11, 2018
We Are Living Through the Moment When Women Unleash Decades of Pent-Up Anger
Let’s hope there’s no going back.
January 10, 2018
How Rebecca Solnit Became ‘the Voice of the Resistance’
She has focused for many years on cruel systems that oppress the working class, people of color, and women.
January 9, 2018
The Lefty Critique of #TimesUp Is Tired and Self-Defeating
This was an action organized by and for women of color activists that reached millions. What’s wrong with that?