Women's Issues

Jonathan Malesic December 27, 2019
In her new book, Meghan Daum recounts how, despite her unimpeachable feminist and liberal commitments, she came to feel not just wrong, but alienated from a new generation of “extremely online” activists.
Jenny Shank December 02, 2019
'Body Leaping Backward' is a melancholy, atmospheric memoir that reads as a sort of urgent confession.
Ryan Di Corpo November 26, 2019
At a public memorial service in the cathedral, the site of the funerals of James Baldwin and Duke Ellington, several friends of Ms. Morrison provided their recollections of her talent, warmth and sense of humor.
Nathan Schneider October 30, 2019
Putting an end to the cultural pressure that prevents men from taking on caregiving roles.
Women casts their votes in 2017 at a polling station in Crostwitz, Germany. (CNS photo/Matthias Rietschel, Reuters) )
Kevin Clarke October 25, 2019
The good news is that “trends in women’s empowerment are heading in the right direction globally. Some 59 countries recorded significant progress since the first edition while only one country (Yemen) experienced major deterioration.”
Kerry Weber September 06, 2019
Megan K. Stack offers a brutally honest look at her own efforts to navigate the strange dance between her and her employees, who must perform the functions of a family without truly being part of it.