“Iranian protesters on what brings them back to the streets four weeks in.”
A writer traces her own feminist journey as she reflects on the forthcoming shutdown of Bitch Media.
“In a single year, the elements that have made Kansas a beacon for access could disappear. If they do, the Midwestern abortion desert would be bigger than the entire country of France.”
“Young people don’t remember life when abortion was illegal. Now they’re grappling with the erosion of a national right.”
“In a few years’ time, however, she became a different kind of working woman: a musician by trade and one of the hardest working women in country music.”
Everyone has something to say about this mother’s body, career, and parental choices.
“No longer should women feel weak.”
“Twelve years later, I birthed my son on my sister’s death day.”
Rebecca Traister talks about the revolutionary power of women’s anger.
Lorena and John Wayne Bobbit’s famous castration story remains relevant twenty-five years after the incident, and just as painful.