Kelsey Bolar is a contributor to The Federalist and a senior policy analyst at Independent Women’s Forum. She is also the Thursday editor of BRIGHT, a weekly newsletter for women, and the 2017 Tony Blankley Chair at The Steamboat Institute. She lives in Washington, DC, with her husband, daughter, and Australian Shepherd, Utah.
Amy Larocca takes on ‘the politics of hair color’ by suggesting any female who dares dye her hair blonde—or heaven forbid, is born with it—is not just ‘privileged’ but also a racist.
You are not my worst nightmare, Linda Sarsour. What is my worst nightmare is another radical extremist waging jihad against people I know and love.
Armed with reason and born with a uterus, problematic women are dangerous and difficult to dismiss.
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.
It seems Democratic women are twice as likely as Republican women to perceive that they’re being discriminated against, and hence, complain about it.
New York Fashion Week might finally be changing for the better, but it’s still the epicenter of America’s problems with fashion and beauty.
The hands-on nature between a gymnast and her coach should cause USA Gymnastics to be extra-sensitive to claims of sexual abuse. Allegedly it was not.
In the name of promoting tolerance, Stephan Jenkins took it upon himself to offend the very audience he was honored to entertain.
During training sessions I watched top professionals in their fields encouraging political bias against conservatives before reporters’ pens could even hit paper.
“Yoga is a personal practice, so bringing it to a competition blows people’s minds.”
A young woman in Denmark has been charged for defending herself against an attacker with pepper spray. Because of DC’s laws, this could happen here, too.
Freezing yourself via cryotherapy shouldn’t be a quick way to lose weight, Chelsea Ake-Salvacion’s horror story shows.
You know we’ve made progress when men complain about feeling objectified on a silly dating app like Bumble.
Australian rapper Iggy Azalea is not hiding her nose job. Contrast her honest approach with that of supermodel Gisele Bundchen.
Women in New York City have access to safe, reliable rides home for a few months longer.
Politicians should welcome Uber, a creative ride-sharing service that enables women to be more safe and self-reliant.
If women really care about gender equality, we should be encouraging each other to cover up. Meaning, don’t #freethenipple.
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