The left’s assault on women-only spaces erases femininity in pursuit of a perfect gender parity that doesn’t exist (and never will).
Supporting Nation of Islam’s Louis Farrakhan and saying hateful things to co-founder Vanessa Wruble sure doesn’t look like intersectional feminism.
I humbly ask more of the feminist movement—not just for the sake of womanhood, but for the sake of humanity.
Trans and feminist ideology are fundamentally irreconcilable, which means I hate to break it to you, trendy progressives, but intersectionalism is stillborn.
According to The New York Times’ logic, these empowered women left their mark by disappearing into Manhattan for a few hours and forcing their husbands to do the lacrosse team carpool.
Although she thinks a President Trump will turn back the clock 300 years, Linda Sarsour forgets that Islam never left the Middle Ages in its view of women.
I wanted to attend the women’s march but was turned off by its divisiveness, exclusiveness, and politicization.
Do most women really believe that guaranteed, unrestricted sexual choice is an unmitigated good? The facts seem to tell a different story.
Women’s rights are human rights. Except the baby humans—and other contradictions.
Lena Dunham’s animated short film praising Planned Parenthood reveals something interesting about the Women’s March on Washington.
‘Saturday Night Live’ accidentally made conservative points about the failures of the feminist movement. Too bad organizers of the Women’s March on Washington aren’t paying attention.
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