Reshma Saujani, 37, and a quintet of journalists are tucked inside the green room at swanky Village cabaret, Le Poisson Rouge. Every so often a staffer or groomed coiffe of the NYC tech glitterati will poke around the door, but Ms. Saujani has staked out five minutes--not easy after stepping offstag ... More >>
Senator Chuck Schumer this morning called on the House to pass a bill called the "Violence Against Women Act," which he says literally saves women's lives.
A measure to reauthorize the act was approved by the Senate on Thursday with broad bipartisan support, despite some objections from Republican ... More >>
Writing on the Rush Limbaugh/Sandra Fluke controversy in his column, Frank Bruni makes the point that there are a whole lot more words in the English language for sexually "transgressive" females than there are males -- who also typically wind up being lauded for their promiscuous proclivities.
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October 12, 1972, Vol. XVII, No. 41
The new misandry
by Joanna Russ
Gee, isn't it awful for women to hate men?
Of course lots of men despise women, but that's different; woman-hating isn't serious -- at worst it's eccentric, at best s ... More >>
LIFE.com With sparks flaring across the globe, from the Middle East to the Midwest and even our very own SoHo, what seems to be a moment for change is spreading rapidly. This weekend, New Yorkers will take to the streets in honor of two particularly relevant issues: women's health, and violen ... More >>
If nothing else, this dispiritingly familiar interview between Bill O'Reilly and self-proclaimed feminist Tammy Bruce (O'Reilly: "You're a feminist, correct? You remain a practicing feminist. Is that why you have a leather jacket on?") might help a younger generation understand what a politician l ... More >>