If the real goal is to reprogram thinking, filling hearts with fear about uttering any third-person pronoun is a good place to start.
So often forgotten in the push for equality between the sexes is that it’s not this goal that generates opposition, but how we get there.
You can’t write out a clear statement about why Jessica Yaniv is wrong without some recognition, no matter how indirect, of his male sex. That’s the point, and it always was.
J.K. Rowling stands accused not of saying anything wrong, but of simply following people who don’t believe every leftist thing on social media.
Naomi Wolf’s lack of understanding and subsequent inaccurate portrayal of history has broad ramifications for how we regard academic works and new views on history.
After reading the latest installment in the ‘my husband disappoints me’ genre in The New York Times last weekend — this one penned by a clinical psychologist — I’d say we have a trend.
This week Christina Hoff Sommers and Roxane Gay took the stage for two much-anticipated debates in Australia about free speech, feminism, and due process.
The parents’ protests included pulling more than 600 Muslim children from school, and were incredibly effective. The LGBT lessons have stopped.
Unfortunately, what could otherwise be a good book is ruined by the author’s own self-importance and a sorry lack of central theme and guidance.
Should ERA win passage, the result would be a dramatically empowered federal government on issues it decides impact women. That’s a threat to women, not a protection.
If ’empowerment’ means ‘entitlement’ and feeling justified when you make consistently irresponsible decisions, Hulu’s new show ‘Shrill’ is very empowering.
When motherhood isn’t celebrated and honored, but looked at as an inconvenience, women are wrongly pressured to deny integral parts of their being.
I’m just as materialistic and greedy for gifts as the next gal, but why has this sitcom-created faux holiday morphed into an anti-men celebration?
Rather than criticizing the ‘art’ and the artist herself (which is plenty easy to do), Ivanka is standing up for the teenager who’s getting paid to have crumbs thrown at her.
Not only is the bill based on a false premise—there isn’t a wage gap, there’s a choice gap—women are usually making choices about their job so they can also raise a family.
The irony, of course, is that the exhibit reflects every stereotype feminists claim to stand against, oversexualizing Ivanka’s body and ignoring her hard work.
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