How did President Obama’s 2014 State of the Union promote feminist issues? We’ll let you (and Twitter) be the judge.
Sometimes, I wonder why they don’t make more movies like “The Color of Friendship,” but when Nelson Mandela died, I think I got my answer.
With the recent assault on women’s rights, it’s easy to wonder whose independence we’re really celebrating on July 4th.
One woman’s health scare gives insight into why women should support Barack Obama’s re-election.
Victim blaming still persists when we talk about the Bill Clinton “sex scandal.”
The New York TImes has an interesting piece up on the legacy of President Clinton’s welfare reform efforts. These efforts were a part of Clinton’s broader re-election strategy of triangulation: the attempt to co-opt the issues and views of one’s opponents, thus pulling the rug out from under them. In this spirit, Clinton, a baby-boomer, […]
Kentucky House Health and Welfare Committee votes down three bills that would restrict women’s access to abortion.
Bill before KY House Committee would force women to have sonogram during abortion procedure.
Happy International Women’s Day, from.…a man. Oh well, nevermind the messenger, here’s a quick roundup of the news from International Women’s Day! First off, from Time Magazine, we have a debate on the question of “Are Women People?” that addresses some of the recent issues (Sandra Fluke, mandatory ultrasounds for abortion-happy ladies, etc) and considers […]
Yeah, someone went there: And here we have a masterful response from Angry Black Lady: Yeah, let that sink in. You’ve got the African-American President is a 70′s pimp angle, the Sandra Fluke is a whore angle, the “evil light-skinned brother” angle, the white girl subservient to the black man angle, a complete misrepresentation of Ms. […]