Maybe the Women’s March is losing support because it has become more about a man than it is about women.
This wasn’t a march for women — this was a march against Trump, marketed toward women.
Sometimes, the mere existence of a live human can be the best evidence that a widely held belief is based on a lie.
It felt weird to sense that claiming my actual female body as female was offensive to people. It was like I was an undercover female at the Women’s March.
The December 2016 issue of Vogue magazine ludicrously declared “cleavage is over.” But if this year’s Golden Globes was any indicator of trending fashion guidelines, boobs are officially back.
Too many women map out their lives with work at the center and eventually wish they hadn’t. My inbox is loaded with women’s emails saying they wish someone had told them this sooner.
Not one of the seventeen Democrats still in the race issued a statement on Monday’s attacks that killed at least six children and three women.
If Upton wants to compare the state of the sexes in 2019 to 1950, she will find that women are not just equal to men, but actually at far more of an advantage.
‘Woman’ is a slur used by the patriarchy to keep non-binary, gender-neutral, trans people in a box. The very notion that women exist keeps so many people from being able to exist.
Men and women are different. Not only should we be able to accommodate those complementary differences, we should revel in them.
Too many women waste years of their lives hoping they can talk a boyfriend into marriage. Women who master the eight dating rules don’t have to.
While the return to the craft of domesticity can help a homemaker’s sense of fulfillment, ultimately undervaluing motherhood is the more persistent issue.
Like Dave Chappelle in ‘Sticks & Stones,’ Bill Burr leans hard into an outright attack against those who have called to have him ‘cancelled.’
Callie Micks’ intensely personal book, ‘The Baby Binder,’ confronts infertility head-on, addressing the heartbreak, the worry, and the tears, and asks why do we care so little about an issue that affects so many women?
On the Federalist Radio Hour: Author Mary Ebserstadt makes the case that identity politics a direct result of the sexual revolution.
Only showcasing a feminism that denies a desire for authentic human love feels incomplete to most women. Jo doesn’t have to choose between writing and love.
Among the 132 villages that make up the Uttarkashi district in India, 216 children were born in the last three months. Not one of them was a baby girl.
The fashion mogul’s decision to name her line of shapewear ‘Kimono’ prompted vast cultural appropriation-related outrage on Twitter. Then she backed down.
The Federalist’s lady writers somehow decided that I should write an advice column. I don’t feel especially wise, but they had questions and I had opinions, so here’s the inaugural column.
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