If that woman is named Sec. Kirstjen Nielsen, it’s not only acceptable to drive her out of a restaurant — it’s to be applauded.
Feminists like Jessica Valenti are attempting to usurp the true definition of feminism via any means possible and write their own rules in the process.
The Atlantic is taking heat from outside critics as well as from within their own newsroom for hiring National Review’s Kevin Williamson.
Richards is the president of an organization that actively dehumanizes both the women it purports to serve and the babies aborted there.
The Great Sexual Harassment Awakening has run aground on the shoals of…Aziz Ansari? Yeah, I wasn’t expecting that, either.
That mother on the other side of the aisle is as afraid as you are for our daughters. Her solutions may seem ridiculous or alien, but they are a starting point to build trust.
If you don’t think government is better at meeting people’s needs than families and communities, you can’t be pro-life. Or, at least, that’s what abortion proponents want you to think.
Women’s rights are human rights. Except the baby humans—and other contradictions.
Nasty online comments and street catcalls are rude, yes. But is it really necessary to spend limited time and public attention obsessing over them? Jessica Valenti thinks so.
As feminists complain about the ‘gendered expectations of Christmas,’ Martha Stewart blows them all out of the water in terms of being a woman and gracious hostess.
Here are seven problems with modern feminism.
Today’s feminists are adroit at manufacturing a successive series of mystical antagonists in order to advance their causes.
“I’m totally against killing babies,” Floyd Mayweather says, to which the abortion lobby replies: “Hey, that sounds totally positive!”
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