Once and for all, let’s stop saying “boy will be boys.”
Margaret Atwood’s ‘Gilead’ is not just a dystopian fiction—it’s a stark warning to all men and women.
His Fight, her fight, and the years of learning to win over the same ground—together.
“Hope because for all of our differences, there are times when we can come together and make something incredible happen.” Gretchen Kelly invites you to join our conversation.
Evil doesn’t deserve civility.
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Do we have to respect the opposition’s beliefs if they go against fairness, compassion, and empathy?
It’s always the fight to be heard, survive, and exist.
Men don’t always see women as property—but it’s there, implied, and needs to be purged from our culture.
Men—here’s your chance to listen to what women deal with since a too-young age. Here’s why #MeToo is a thing.
Sometimes easy, sometimes the hardest thing they’ve ever done—but here’s how a marriage can be built (and undone).
Women see a man who has no business representing their (or men’s) interests in the Oval Office.
If she feels unheard, forgotten, and dismissed (and you don’t know it), then read this before you lose her forever.
If he claims to to be infallible, twists the truth, and mistreats women, why would you consider him in the first place?