The alt-right may often prove inchoate and even inarticulate, but behind the memes and coded language, there seems to be a massed sentiment. It is this: men feel left behind.
Like the sexual revolution as a whole, the feminist preoccupation with women’s private parts has not freed women from objectification, it has furthered it.
Latest in the series of feelings versus reality matchups is the idea that the way you present yourself ought to have nothing to do with the way your ideas are perceived.
The Women’s Strike manifesto was co-authored by convicted Palestinian terrorist Rasmea Yousef Odeh, as well as two admirers of Communist dictators.
Instead of protesting the men in our lives, which is essentially what the Day Without A Woman is really about, I want to honor one.
Many women aren’t striking today with progressive demonstrators, but continuing to serve their families. We all have our reasons, and one is that American women have it pretty damn good.
To say women should fight under one progressive feminist banner undermines the notion that women are independent actors, able to determine for themselves what is moral, just, and right.
Anyone who castigates a woman for failing to cash in on her degree reveals a complete misunderstanding of the nature and purpose of education and the actual needs of society.
The main perpetuator of women as default caregivers is family law, specifically custody law in the case of divorce.
Instead of offering helpful guidance, a Forbes essay provides a virtual case study on the entitlement mentality of the millennial generation.
GE’s plan to roll out gender quotas for hiring entry-level positions isn’t sexist. And it isn’t stupid. In today’s PC environment, it’s a savvy move.
If any liberal celebrity or politician tweeted or accomplished the same things, they’d be praised. But not Ivanka.
I humbly ask more of the feminist movement—not just for the sake of womanhood, but for the sake of humanity.
Why can’t the elite media see that the fierce abortion debate dividing our nation represents not a war against women but a war between women?
These great matrons of the feminist movement could not fathom the idea of abortion as central to a ‘woman’s health’ and ‘reproductive rights’ when it fails to serve either.
Emma Green, religion writer at The Atlantic, joins the Federalist Radio Hour to explore the changing landscape of cultural trends in America.
This campaign isn’t about respect for women. It’s about promoting feminism. And the two aren’t one and the same.
Trans and feminist ideology are fundamentally irreconcilable, which means I hate to break it to you, trendy progressives, but intersectionalism is stillborn.
Although she thinks a President Trump will turn back the clock 300 years, Linda Sarsour forgets that Islam never left the Middle Ages in its view of women.
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