We must flatly reject the glorification of victimhood. Stop telling the world how oppressed you are.
Suffice it to say that had Serena Williams been playing at her usual level—the level she expected herself to play—events would not have escalated on Saturday.
It is possible to be both frustrated at sexist double standards in the tennis world and think that cheating is unacceptable.
She practices my mantra for modern motherhood. Make your decisions, mourn your moments, and move on with confidence.
If Serena Williams hadn’t been famous, and especially if she were in an inner-city or rural hospital, she may never have returned home with her daughter.
Recently Cosmopolitan and Marie Claire told readers we shouldn’t celebrate a baby’s sex, because gender is fluid and women shouldn’t glamorize pregnancy.
The defensiveness at Serena Williams’s remark rather than rush to celebrate her body’s uniquely female creative work implies that women who don’t have children agree that they are missing something.
Sex- and race-based discrimination are not necessarily behind the pay gap for black women, but rather the honorable career choices that they make to help others including their families.
Feminists can pretend that Serena Williams is the world’s best tennis player, but John McEnroe may have been charitable in estimating Williams’s ranking at 700.
Tennis star Serena Williams penned a sweet note to her preborn baby in an Instagram post on Monday.
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