With women understandably frustrated about sexual harassment in the workplace, Sports Illustrated decided to capitalize on it in the guise of caring about it.
Abortion was a big focus of the Women’s Convention, but so was racism, a lack of diversity, and an obsession with women’s genitalia. Here’s what I saw.
The outrage has little to do with appropriate attire and more to do with mean girls being mean and the never-ending effort to paint Trump as a sexist.
Those who imagine factory work in the United States as a dark and oppressive moment in history might benefit from reading the words of those who lived through it.
Armed with reason and born with a uterus, problematic women are dangerous and difficult to dismiss.
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