Columnist Mona Charen’s new book, ‘Sex Matters: How Modern Feminism Lost Touch with Science, Love, and Common Sense,’ offers some vital observations for younger generations looking to have a fulfilling and happy life.
The ideological tenets of feminism—from the very beginning—have relied on separating women from their biological identities as mothers.
When Mr. Francatelli asks Miss Skerrett to marry him, she demurs, then declines. It would be one thing if she didn’t like him, but she clearly does.
I would be more optimistic about Arianna Huffington’s new venture, Thrive, if she had shown some understanding about how we came to forget ancient wisdom about what’s really important in life.
While I wouldn’t advocate embracing a daughter’s choice to make porn, I do advocate a mother embracing her daughter.
It’s time for feminism to bow out gracefully and make way for the next wave of power in women’s lives.
To use Sheryl Sandberg’s language, instead of leaning in, Rebecca Bunch of ‘Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’ is leaning out. Way far out.
Gloria Steinem is controversial because she sought equality for women not by building them up, but by tearing them down.
Gender-baiting works until it doesn’t—and it’s stopped working. But Hillary Clinton doesn’t realize it.
In ‘Married At First Sight,’ millennial reality show participants who agree to arranged marriages are as burned by their parents’ divorces as everyone else.
A provocative new memoir from a former footsoldier in the sexual revolution explains how she rejected abortion and found God.
Women need to look outside the box if they want a career and a family. That’s a privilege, not a burden.
Conservative women should reclaim feminism. After all, it once was a force for freedom.
Three children is the point at which so many bad but popular ideas for women and children finally fall.
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