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Feminism

  1. party lines
    Planned Parenthood’s Former President on Her Best, Hardest Days As a CEO“The day that President Obama called me.”
  2. Boy Scouts Planning Name Change to Welcome GirlsBaby steps.
  3. talking to
    7 Actresses on Whether The Men of #MeToo Should Get a Path to RedemptionSome prominent Hollywood women at the Tribeca Film Festival gave us their takes.
  4. events
    Tina Fey Wants You to Know That Women Are Not ‘Cappuccino Machines’And all the best speeches from Variety’s annual Power of Women luncheon, featuring Alicia Keys, Samantha Bee, and Viola Davis.
  5. equal pay day
    Lilly Ledbetter Opens Up About Sexual HarassmentIn a powerful op-ed, the equal-pay advocate discussed her #MeToo moment, and how sexual harassment affects the pay gap.
  6. feminism
    Last Night, The Wing Welcomed Hillary Clinton Into the Coven“This is part of your legacy,” founder Audrey Gelman told her at last night’s event.
  7. the wing investigation
    Gender-Studies and Law Professors Support NYC Investigation Into The Wing“Sure, some might like all women spaces, but this can’t be its business model.”
  8. profile
    Kay Cannon Ponders the Dilemma of Making Big-Budget Feminist ComedyThe Pitch Perfect writer and Girlboss showrunner sees her directorial debut, the teen sex comedy Blockers, as a feminist project of a certain stripe.
  9. gaffes
    Oxford Apologizes Over Photo of Female Janitor Cleaning Up Women’s Day GraffitiA female janitor was photographed cleaning up chalk graffiti that reads “Happy International Women’s Day.”
  10. international women's day 2018
    The Most Embarrassing International Women’s Day Publicity StuntsBrands … thank you.
  11. international women's day 2018
    5 Million Workers Joined Spain’s ‘Feminist Strike’The slogan is “if we stop, the world stops.”
  12. feminism/capitalism
    McDonald’s Is Turning Its M Into a W … for WomenThe arches will be flipped for International Women’s Day.
  13. oscars 2018
    The Oscar for ‘Treating Your Wife Like a Human Being’ Goes to Steven SpielbergIs calling himself Kate Capshaw’s husband cute or condescending?
  14. gallery
    Giant Neon Uterus Comes to Sunset Boulevard in the Name of ArtArtist Zoë Buckman brings a 43-foot sculpture called Champ to Hollywood’s Sunset Strip.
  15. culture
    Judy Blume Celebrates 80th Birthday by Sharing Problematic Woody Allen Opinions“I’m very interested in Woody Allen the filmmaker.”
  16. oh canada
    Justin Trudeau Is Sorry He’s So Bad at JokesHe apologized for his “dumb joke” about “peoplekind.”
  17. the body politic
    No One Is Silencing Katie Roiphe#MeToo has started a robust, complicated conversation — whether or not she’s listening.
  18. food
    All the Things Women Would Like Instead of a ‘Lady-Friendly’ ChipDoritos is launching a quieter, less messy chip for women. Here are some other things we’d enjoy.
  19. feminism
    I Can’t Believe Donald Trump Said He’s Not a FeministCould’ve sworn he was.
  20. q&a
    Carrie Brownstein Is Redefining AmbitionThe Portlandia co-creator talks #MeToo, directing a rom-com, and getting back in the studio with Sleater-Kinney.
  21. obituaries
    The Real ‘Rosie the Riveter’ Has DiedNaomi Parker Fraley passed away at 96.
  22. Why We’re Going to the Women’s MarchOn Saturday, the Cut will join the thousands of people marching in New York City.
  23. women's march
    Here’s What Happened to All the Women’s March SignsOn January 21, 2016, a small team of curators in Washington collected posters for the Smithsonian.
  24. roundups
    The Best Takes on the Aziz Ansari StoryGrace’s story complicates the #MeToo movement. That’s a good thing.
  25. feminism
    Floyd Mayweather Thinks #MeToo Is About Cars and Private Jets“When somebody say they got a private jet, I say, ‘Me too. I got two. Me too.’”
  26. pay gaps
    Someone Owes Michelle Williams $1.4 MillionWilliams reportedly made less than one percent of what Mark Wahlberg did for their All the Money reshoots.
  27. equal pay
    BBC’s China Editor Resigns Over Gender Pay GapCarrie Gracie says the network’s two male international editors earn “at least 50 percent more” than their female counterparts.
  28. golden globes 2018
    The Whispers Were Deafening at the Golden GlobesIt feels like a very thin wall that separates the “bad men” locked out of the room and those still guaranteed a seat comfortably inside.
  29. the reckoning
    Everyone Loses When We Widen the Feminist Generation GapDaphne Merkin’s perspective is not a way forward.
  30. power
    What Is Time’s Up, a New Women’s Initiative in Hollywood?Hundreds of A-listers including Shonda Rhimes, America Ferrera, and Reese Witherspoon, are members.
  31. toxic masculinity
    Men Are Destroying Our Planet Because They Don’t Want to Seem GirlyNew research suggests products and organizations be marketed as more “Men-vironmentally” friendly.
  32. me too
    Rose McGowan Leads a Conversation on Assault and HarassmentRead the transcript.
  33. women in film
    Monica Lewinsky and the Redemption of the ’90s Tabloid ‘Villainess’Tonya Harding is having her moment of redemption right now with I Tonya. Monica Lewinsky should be next.
  34. year in review
    The Word of the Year Is Pretty Obvious“Complicit” was a runner-up.
  35. carb politics
    Emily Ratajkowski Bravely Slathers Herself in SpaghettiFor feminism.
  36. Watch 11-Year-Old Meghan Markle Shut Down Sexist Ad CampaignsWhen she was a tween, Markle was on Nick News talking about feminism.
  37. from the archives
    The ’70s Feminist Manifesto That’s Still a Must-Read TodayJudy Brady Syfers wrote ‘I Want a Wife’ in 1971. It holds up.
  38. feminism
    Lena Dunham Defends Girls Writer Murray Miller From Assault Allegation“Sadly this accusation is one of the 3 percent of assault cases that are misreported every year.”
  39. new york beginnings
    The Life and Death of a Radical SisterhoodFifty years ago, a group of women convened in New York with one clear goal: Dismantle the patriarchy. Their struggle feels all too contemporary.
  40. women in politics
    Watch the Third Episode of She’s the TicketThe third episode of Topic’s new web series about women in politics follows a political novice running for Congress in Texas.
  41. gallery
    200 Famous Women Describe Themselves in One WordGabourey Sidibe, Ashley Judd, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, and more appear in a new book.
  42. profiles
    What Would Sarah Polley Do?The unorthodox film heroine’s 20-year journey to Alias Grace.
  43. working together
    The Unexpected Power of Google-Doc ActivismThe perfect tool for not-quite-public, not-quite-private collaboration.
  44. power
    The Fantasy of a Female Hugh HefnerFor women, it’s not buying exactly what he sold — it’s claiming a version of his lifestyle for ourselves.
  45. lives
    5 Saudi Women React to the End of the Driving Ban“The first thing I’ll do is take my family to a restaurant to celebrate.”
  46. hugh hefner
    Playboy Magazine’s Unlikely History of Abortion-Rights ActivismIn the decade before Roe v. Wade, Hugh Hefner covered abortion in almost every single issue of his magazine.
  47. paris fashion week
    The Story Behind Dior’s New Feminist SloganLinda Nochlin’s granddaughter responds on her behalf.
  48. firsts
    Marine Corps Plans to Accept First Female Infantry OfficerThe first woman to complete the Infantry Officer Course is expected to graduate on Monday.
  49. everyday sexism
    Amsterdam’s Urinating Protest Canceled After Too Many Ladies Planned to AttendWomen planned to pee in a public urinal to protest a male judge’s remarks.
  50. Here’s Who Inspired Justin Trudeau to Call Himself a FeministIt’s not whom you’d think.
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