The left has been telling women for a generation that they’re our best chance to build our hopes for justice and equality into a new edifice of rights and protections. Their support for transgenderism proves it all a lie.
A new but growing genre of woke beach reads infuses the best-selling template of white-bread chick lit with the consciousness of social justice warriors.
‘Mrs. America’ tries to paint Phyllis Schlafly as cold and unforgiving, but the conservative icon my grandmother and I knew was nothing of the sort.
Just as has happened in our economy dominated by finance capitalism, feminism brought outsized benefits to a few in exchange for the suffering of many.
The sweeping language of the Equal Rights Amendment provides a practically endless number of potential legal hooks for gender-bending social engineering from the bench.
Maybe the Women’s March is losing support because it has become more about a man than it is about women.
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.
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.
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.
I wonder if the lackluster performance of the U.S. men in soccer has something to do with the perception of it as a sport for women and children.
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.
The white, blonde senator from New York is consistently polling below 1 percent among all Democratic presidential candidates.
In discussing ‘how to contribute to the advancement of women around the world in ways that honor their integral human development,’ a recent United Nations panel focused on women’s traditional roles.
The Trump administration’s instruction to strike references to ‘sexual reproductive health’ and clearly define ‘gender’ terms at the UN makes sense for U.S. foreign policy.
It just shouldn’t be this hard for the leadership of the Women’s March and its partners to distance themselves from someone who calls Jews termites.
There is no reset button for abortion, and the unspoken costs have been devastating; abortion either breaks a woman’s heart, or it hardens it.
The biggest compliment Glamour could pay its readers is to respect their intellect and give them something to think about in the form of real debate.
Many of us still suffer under the shadow of cultural abuse, both abroad and here within the prisons of our home. In our rage, we’re going to do the same thing to men.
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.
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