Only one of the leaders vying to become the new NOW president is running on the promise of restoring NOW's prominence and rebuilding NOW's activism.
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Unable to turn the public against sex, the pro-life movement will be on the march Saturday trying to convince women that birth-control pills will kill...
With Supreme Court buzz dominating DC, gender issues are suddenly back in style despite the President's recent declaration that protecting abortion rights was not a high priority on his agenda.
Sexism in ads, to me, is not only offensive, it's beyond outdated to the point of being pathetic. Do we really still need half-naked women in bikinis to increase beer sales?
State Rep. Sara Feigenholtz, D-Chicago, was endorsed Monday by the National Organization for Women in her quest for the vacant congressional seat of W...
If your agenda does not include reproductive freedom, you do not value it. If those with whom you create your solidarity do not value reproductive freedom, neither does your movement.
Should these "women's groups" be seeking to advance women, any and all women, into positions of power or any candidate, male or female, who agrees with their politics?
Hillary Clinton didn't clinch the nomination, yet her impact on the process has been
indisputable. There is a great deal for women to celebrate.
Instead of backing one of the many other women who could take Clinton's place as Obama's right-hand woman, womens' rights activists prefer to continue licking their wounds.
Firecrackers and picnics aside, Abigail Adams didn't get to sign the Declaration of Independence, Betsy Ross sewed the flag, and how many people even know who Deborah Samson Gannett was?
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