At Liberty University’s commencement on Saturday, former president Jimmy Carter spoke out against sex-selective abortions.
A hijab can only be a symbol of freedom if women have the freedom to choose whether to wear it. For some bizarre reason, U.S. feminists don’t see that.
We should be able to speak with one voice on this: Women and girls everywhere deserve basic human rights and to be free from violence and exploitation.
That Saudi Arabia will let women drive cars next year is an incredibly big deal for women’s rights. So why hasn’t the Women’s March praised this big step yet?
Gilead is a fictional place. But if it exists, it’s found in a country like Saudi Arabia, where women are trapped under sharia law and punished for wearing miniskirts.
Four American Muslims publicly denounced the practice and gave further insight into the upcoming trial that has launched a dark practice into the bright light of the public eye.
Abortionist Willie Parker argues that abortion is not only a moral absolute, it is an absolute that must be promulgated en masse.
This Memorial Day, don’t forget the American women who fought on the home front during World War II, and who ultimately helped defeat fascism.
I knew what I was getting into when I enrolled in a reproductive rights seminar at Yale Law School, a whole semester surrounded by pro-choice students, reading pro-choice arguments.
What if it already has happened here, and we didn’t notice because we focused on ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’s’ religious hang-ups rather than its comments on the intersection of politics and sexuality?
The politics surrounding FGM has resulted in deafening silence on this issue, especially from the left and feminists who should be outraged.
Feminism is nothing more than a war against nature, and nothing vindicates this notion more than transgenderism.
Our foremost international body has intentionally put Saudi Arabia, a country notorious for its women’s rights problems, on a commission dedicated to promoting women’s rights.
Let’s remember the women the world is without today given the policies and priorities the organizers of A Day Without A Woman promotes.
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.
Women’s strikers’ decision to hijack this day shows just how far out of touch they are with the more serious problems facing hundreds of millions of women worldwide.
Voyeurism is an enormous monster that lives in the shadows of our culture, continually nourished by advancing technology, pervasive pornography, and increasing opportunity.
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