Heather Wilhelm is a columnist for National Review. Her work regularly appears in the Chicago Tribune, and has also been featured in RealClearPolitics, Commentary magazine, the Dallas Morning News, the Washington Examiner, and the Chicago Sun-Times.
All hail America’s newest victim class: the pretty girl.
Jeb Bush’s paleo diet is to blame for his bland debate performance. Jeb! Come back! There is a better way!
Hanging out with Lena Dunham has given Taylor Swift some ridiculous ideas.
Be lenient with Chelsea Clinton. When your mission is to solve all problems for all women in the entire world, it’s hard to know every relevant fact or cultural nuance.
Women wear yoga pants because they are convenient and comfortable. And some ladies overdo it. So here’s a guide for them and their befuddled critics.
Cosmo claims to offer the ingredients to be a Fun, Fearless Female!™ Alas, it actually seems to offers the ingredients for A Whole Lotta Crazy™.
Some people see a racist inside every head that formerly wore a mullet.
It’s time for everyone involved in the toy wars to relax.
Here are seven problems with modern feminism.
Feminists clearly have nothing to do if they can spend half a week outraged at Matt Taylor’s lingerie-clad women-sporting shirt.
If you like indignant children dressed as princesses screaming at you about imaginary oppression while dropping F-bombs, you will love this video.
It’s somehow not remarkable what Emma Watson didn’t discuss in her recent United Nations speech.
We’ve come to look at birth control as a way to control our lives while ignoring potential and serious psychological, physical, and social consequences.
Feminists insist they need men, if only to hate them.
In ‘Good Manners for Nice People Who Sometimes Say F*@!,’ Amy Alkon argues the way to stop blatant rudeness is to stand up to it.
#YesAllWomen might end up being the most narcissistic event of 2014, which is saying something, given that Kim Kardashian and Kanye West just got married.
A new report argues that children of strongly opinionated, indoctrinating parents are the most likely to rebel against those political views.
When did political photo ops become important enough to shut down a city?
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