Is Conservative Feminism the future of the Republican Party?
The Politics of Women’s History
A look at legislation passed from FDR to Biden that have benefitted women and the fight for gender equality.
Eve: The Self or The Other?
Through the lens of Simone de Beauvoir’s philosophy, the biblical story of Adam and Eve can reveal the roots of women’s marginalization in Western Civilization.
The Dangers of a Panel Full of Rich White Women
While movements such as Time’s Up have served as champions for modern feminism, the heteronormative, cisgender, upper class, whiteness of those that serve as the face of these movements pose a crippling threat to the visibility of intersectionality.
Three Women You Didn’t Know Paved the Way: Gender Equality Through Sports in Ultraconservative Countries
Afghanistan and Pakistan are among the worst countries to live in as a woman. But there are brave women fighting to change the paradigm through an unorthodox medium — sports.