Fighting for Sexual Assault Survivorsby Sonia Ossorio Women here and across the country have been rattled to the core by high-profile rape cases that have illustrated the well-worn pattern of bias in rape cases.
Feminist News Update: Learn How You Can Take Action by Analena Alcabes City, State and National coverage including updates on crisis pregnancy centers, sex education in NYC schools, the Bloomberg L.P. pregnancy discrimination case, and the class-action lawsuit against Wal-Mart.
A man just over the Verrazano Bridge, Republican Representative Michael Grimm, representing Staten Island and parts of Brooklyn, has made a name for himself by selling out women.
Equal Marriage Victory for New York Stateby Keira Hare Becoming the sixth and largest state to legalize same-sex marriage, New York's passage of the historic Marriage Equality Act marks a major advance in the march towards full equality for LGBTQ people.
Book Review: The Beauty Biasby K.C. Washington Every day people decide other people's worth, livelihood, their very fate, based on how appealing they look. Sound exaggerated? Deborah L. Rhode doesn't think so.
Abortion Rights by Stateby Yarisbel Rodriguez More than four hundred bills restricting abortion access have passed in state houses across the country since the Roe v. Wade decision...
Riding with RightRidesby Dana Heitz Driving through the empty streets of Manhattan, all while helping one passenger at a time to avoid the threat of sexual assault.
Feminism 2.0by Kathleen Braine It has been dubbed the "online estrogen revolution," the "femisphere," and "feminism 2.0," but its many names do not fully encapsulate the power and reach of internet feminism.
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