Matthew Rozsa discusses how an off-hand observation during a speech illustrated an important point about rape culture.
Glen Poole explains how the debate surrounding whether men can be feminists “really has nothing to do with your beliefs or your actions.”
Women often experience an implicit (and sometimes even explicit) expectation from those around them to be both a full-time professional and an ever-present mom.
After domestic violence ends in a murder-suicide on the police station steps, some women begin to protect themselves and their loved ones with deadly force.
Yashar Ali believes it’s our responsibility, as men and human beings to try to understand what discrimination is like for the women we claim to love.
Joanna Schroeder wonders if The Onion is doing damage to both men and women when joking about female voters having silly crushes on Republican Candidates.
Zek Evets wonders how women expect men to care about the gender equality movement, when they seem unwilling to care about men’s issues.
If some ‘women’s issues’ are really all about making men feel guilty for being men, Lisa Hickey wonders, how will we move forward?