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Feminism and Fame

In the third of four excerpts from Phyllis Chesler’s ‘A Politically Incorrect Feminist,’ fear of flying

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Our Gloria Steinem Problem

In the second of four excerpts from Phyllis Chesler’s ‘A Politically Incorrect Feminist,’ a little girl lost joins the party

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Betty Friedan and SCUM

In the first of four excerpts from Phyllis Chesler’s ‘A Politically Incorrect Feminist,’ the unholy feminist civil wars

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Cardi B, Feminist

The singer defends the rights of women to experience motherhood fully

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WATCH: Eurovision Winner Netta on Israel, Feminism, and Body Image

The singer praises ‘a feminism that comes and takes what it deserves, with a smile and with a hug’

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A New Book Looks at 50 Years of Jewish Radical Feminism

A wide lens and a diverse cast of activists, thinkers, and theologians combine to offer a fresh look at not only the movement’s past but also its present and future

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In Praise of ‘Valley of the Dolls’

Bookworm: Sex, barbiturates, and the internal lives of women, in a flawlessly crafted and perfectly unstylish seminal work of American culture

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Is Feminist Lemonade Kosher?

Meme Wars: questioning our postmodern definitions of ‘equality’

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This Chanukah, Fight Misogyny with Wine and Cheese

Today on Jewcy: Judith and the Original #Resistance Story

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Farewell to a Scoundrel

Meme Wars: What Lorin Stein’s resignation from The Paris Review over sexual misconduct reveals about the true index of male power

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After 22 Years, Jenny Diski’s First Short Story Collection is Published in America

‘The Vanishing Princess’ experiments with the elliptical style and subjects that would later become the writer’s trademark

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Movers and Shakers

Episode 114: New York Magazine’s Noreen Malone and feminist author Phyllis Chesler

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Welcome the Ushpizot

Today on Jewcy: Get some feminist imagery into your sukkah!

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Against Faux-Feminists Who Deny the Rights of Muslim Women and Jews

Why today’s postmodern postcolonial feminism avoids the true front lines of the battle for women’s rights

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Phyllis Chesler, At War With the ‘Faux Feminists’ of the Left

Why do so many so-called progressives cry out against Zionism while accepting so much violence against women elsewhere in the Middle East?

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Major Feminist Site: Jew-Killing Terrorist is the Real Wonder Woman

Everyday Feminism shuns Gal Gadot, claims Rasmea Odeh is the real superhero

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Does The New York Times Obituary Section Have a Jewish Problem?

Sheila Michaels, the trailblazing feminist who passed away recently, is only the latest notable Member of the Tribe whose ethnic and religious identity was erased by the Paper of Record

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Dina Dayan Wants To Be Israel’s Next Prime Minister

The Haredi, Mizrahi feminist from Mitzpe Ramon wants to upend the Labor Party, and her campaign video is going viral

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Rachel Bloom on the Double Standards of Being a ‘Lady Boss’

‘How much boob is too much boob?’

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Mayim Bialik: ‘We Have to Stop Calling Women Girls’

The feminist neuroscientist and The Big Bang Theory actress wants you to know how much your ‘language matters’

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Camille Paglia on Jews and Feminism

A dialogue with Adam Kirsch, about her new collection ‘Free Women, Free Men’

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Orthodox Israeli Feminists Meet Our American Cousins

A memoir of two currents of Modern Orthodox feminism in Blu Greenberg and Tamar Ross, with degrees of activism and tolerance at the heart of the difference

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Why I Adore Lena Dunham

As a Jewish feminist, I recognize just how much I relate to—and appreciate—Lena Dunham’s ‘Girls,’ which enters its final season Sunday

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Marching With Lilith, in All Her ‘Nasty’ Glory

What the apocryphal Jewish character Lilith can teach us about being human, and standing up for ourselves

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Independent Woman

Why the death of Mary Tyler Moore—who portrayed an independent woman with a fulfilling life on her titular sitcom—matters now more than ever

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Here’s Looking at You, Kinder

This week on Unorthodox, Lynn Harris on comedy empowering women and author Robert Wright on Buddhism

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Wonder Woman Nixed as UN Symbol of Female Empowerment

Nearly 45,000 people signed a petition to protest ‘a large breasted, white woman of impossible proportions’ as a worthwhile ambassador of women’s empowerment

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Views From the 6

Live from Toronto’s Beth Tzedec Congregation, Unorthodox talks to novelist David Bezmozgis and opera singer Julie Nesrallah

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Women Without Hats

As a feminist in the Orthodox community, I’ve spent a lifetime trying to reconcile the choice to cover my hair

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The Chosen Ones: An Interview With Chemda

The Queens-based podcaster, singer, and author on her love of sleepovers, the importance of women speaking their minds, and the illusion of tradition

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