Columnist, the Cut.
Why Rex Tillerson’s email pseudonym isn’t funny.
Margaret Atwood’s dystopian novel, suddenly fresh again.
From Kamala Harris to Sally Yates, they’re on the front lines of the fight.
Women’s rights are human rights, and women leaders are progressive leaders.
The movement survives not in spite of its cacophony, but because of it.
The consequences of bad information about women’s health.
What Trumpism could do to our human infrastructure.
The women and people of color who have the most to lose under Trump are receiving the lion’s share of the fault for our recent national cataclysm.
Hillary Clinton aimed at the highest glass ceiling. What broke instead was the coalition she thought would pierce it — and faith that it will happen.
Stacey Abrams, Georgia’s Democratic House Minority Leader, on why Georgia is a test case for the rest of the United States.
It was a speech the country desperately needed.
This weekend, Trump went down in a blaze of revelation, tying his own outsize loutishness to the everyday misogyny of his party.
He wants to return women to secondary status, unable to exert control over their own bodies.
She had trouble under even mild scrutiny, and instead revealed herself as just as defensive and dishonest as her father.
Yesterday was one of the dumbest days of the presidential campaign — a high bar!
He is not the first candidate to cry illegitimacy.
Her very presence on the stage tonight was a testament to the speed (and difficulty) with which the world has changed.
Taking a cue from Michelle Obama, Bill Clinton signaled that he’s ready for the role of the brilliant and hugely overqualified presidential helpmate.
It wasn’t just one of the most ingenious convention speeches ever given by a political spouse, it was one of the finest convention speeches, period.
The evidence shows Trump himself, and certainly the GOP, wants to return women to a subservient past.
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