Have Kim Davis & Co. Played Their Folding Hand?

Davis’ refusal to adhere to federal law could ultimately remove her from office. If she is deemed a public relations embarrassment, too it may be enough to begin the impeachment process sooner.

Reparative Therapy is Bad Medicine, Even if it ‘Works’

No data exists on whether reparative therapy for gender dysphoria works. One doctor, in a frightening supposition, believes we should try it on transgender people.

The Stonewall Inn Riots (Trans)formed a Movement

What were then called “transvestites” or “crossdressers” were on the front lines, as an advanced guard, of the revolution that (trans)formed a movement.

#DistractinglySexy Raises Awareness of Ongoing Need for Gender Equity

It cannot be stressed enough how important it is that more women are held up as career role models for young women to look up to as examples of success

Throw Like a Girl

There has been a lot of focus in the media and on parenting blogs on the importance of emphasizing girl power and empowering girls. There has been much less attention on raising boys to appreciate this viewpoint too.

A Case for LGBTQ History in Schools

LGBTQ experiences stand as integral strands in the overall multicultural rainbow. Everyone has a right to information that clarifies and explains these histories.

“I KNOW MY VALUE.” : Women in Comics

Agent Roffey continues her coverage of Boston Comic Con looking at women in comics

What Feminism Means to Me and Why I’m Proud to be One

Whatever the label has come to suggest to some people, Travis Ketzak is clear about why he’s always been one.

Men’s Conscious Brotherhood; One to Another

Men’s Movement Founder Calls Older Men to Help With Emotional Health – Young men have been led to believe that there is a superior state of being, called the ”real man” which is in dichotomy with a “weak man” or God forbid: a “woman.” This concept of a “real man” has been developed over many […]

The Mo’ Things Change: Media Coverage of Mo’ne Davis Reinforces Barriers For Female Ballplayers

The Conversation takes a look at the media attention heaped on Mo’ne Davis and asks: What’s behind it all? Why Mo’ne, and Why now?

From the Ground Up: Build a Better World on the Fundamentals of Inclusion and Disability

Erin Kelly explores The United Nations’ recent proposal to include the disabled in their plans for evacuation, recovery and relief during natural disasters.

The Sentencing Gap: Why are Men More Likely to Go to Prison?

Men are statistically more likely to go to prison than women for the same crime. Feminists and Men’s Rights Activists alike should be outraged.

What #QuestionsforMen Means to a Good Guy

Mike Cruse has #Answersforwomen: “In order to address sexism, men have to be part of the conversation – not the butt of jokes.”

Labels are for Soup Cans and Designer Brands Not Men

If we wish to achieve progress in gender equality, we need to work together and calling each other names won’t work.

Leaning In at Work and at Home: Why Workplace Policies Matter

if we were to change the workplace policy environment, we would likely see changes in people’s preferences for balancing their work and family life.

“Sorry, It’s a Boy.”

Mark Sherman finds a second half Super Bowl commercial sexist against boys (and men)