Jill Di Donato and Matthew Rozsa discuss how Donald Trump’s presidential candidacy has been enabled by America’s obsession with celebrities.
“It’s OK for women to just want to be friends with guys.” This comment is by Christian on the post Relationship Intelligence for Men: Your Simple 12-Step Guide.
We became feminists on that day: in a quiet, dangerous, deeply religious sense: the sense intended by the Psalmist when he angrily declares: “Ye that love the LORD, hate evil.”
Faced with a racist pickup line, the speaker of Jia Oak Baker’s poem chooses playfulness over outrage.
Acting like and being treated “like a man” is almost always culturally prescriptive. Writer Abby Byrd confronts the boy she would have been — If I had been a boy, my parents would have named me “Jeremy.” Trying to imagine myself as the opposite gender is uncomfortable. It’s a mental chasing of my own tail; I […]
Sean O’Donnell hates the age old question, and he is happy to tell you why.
Ex Machina presents a vision of woman as free and empowered, and most of all, unreal.
Naomi Fryers examines the real motives behind Gavin McInnes’s sexist trolling on Fox News when he tells women where they belong.
Basement dwellers. Trolls. We’re all familiar with this personality type: Matthew Rozsa offers an explanation as to why they exist in the first place.
Emmy Award-winning actress Cady McClain offers a raw, insightful look at the dark underbelly of Hollywood—its brutal objectification of women.