The main focus of her talk was identifying the ways in which Trump attempts to assert power and the most effective ways to resist it.
As a woman, Donald Trump’s rhetoric is infuriating. As a sexual assault survivor, it’s wholly exhausting.
Capitalism and patriarchy reinforce one another by means of the nuclear family – the true liberation of women requires the abolition of the family as it is currently structured.
The country is talking about sexual assault, but not in the context in which people need to discuss it.
Intuitively, this broad ideology may seem positive at best and harmless at worst, but given its disregard for socioeconomic relations and resulting behaviors of socialization, it can be deeply problematic.
The GOP has always had a reputation for invalidating, ignoring, and outright insulting women, especially when it comes to sexual assault. This election cycle is an unfortunate example of how little things have changed.
Lawmakers are diving into more trouble than they likely anticipated. Likewise, transgender people are being given a bad reputation. The transgender bathroom bills aren’t good news for anyone. Truthfully, they’re just a waste of time.
I never thought that I would be begging my friends to listen to a rap battle between Alexander Hamilton and Thomas Jefferson, but life does not always take us down a road we expect.
There is a major problem in denying the overall legitimacy of conservative feminism as a movement. In doing so we unintentionally limit the already increasingly narrow definition of what it means to be a “true feminist.”
In his final address to the American people, Obama resoundingly took a positive outlook as he focused on ambitious prospects for the future nation.