On stage, women are perceived differently than their male counterparts.
“Her type of feminism is not mine.”
The former United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees António Guterres has been named the new UN Secretary General.
Sarah Cohen reviews a production of Euripides’ Medea set in Post-WWII America.
From slavery and Puritan America to Burkini bans and school dress codes, Allison Du examines the history of control through the legislation of clothing.
If Hillary Clinton wins the presidency in November, the American people will have their first First Gentleman. But Hillary has made it clear that Bill won’t be picking out the china or floral arrangements. Anna Blech analyzes the fraught gender politics of presidential spouse-hood, and tells us how we got to a situation where the nation’s first female president can have it all—all the power and all the housework.
Katherine Kidney argues that it is time to put erroneous Church traditions aside and allow women to become priests.
Makayla Haussler rejects the idea that millennial women are taking the first female nominee for granted.