A recent panel event featuring the founding mother of ‘intersectionality’ highlighted the promise and peril of our intersectional moment
What lies beneath the surface of his performative feminism?
In the 40 years after the Iranian Revolution, some women memoirists came to see obedience as the opposite of goodness
The dangers of being perceived as pro-Israel in online feminist spaces
If the march leadership doesn’t take action now, the march itself will become a footnote as other women take the reins of American feminism for themselves
In providing some context about her friend Louis C.K., is she making a useful reintroduction into the public realm of a forgotten version of femininity?
As an educator and feminist activist, Alice Shalvi has been a major force for decades. At 92, she shares her life story in her new memoir, ‘Never a Native.’
If the bar for misconduct is lowered when it comes to male feminists, are we rooting for them to fail?
‘Do we really imagine that true respect for women can survive, let alone thrive, in a world where standard “entertainment” is saturated with their objectification and all too often actual abuse?’
Campus Week: How a toxic postcolonial, postmodern discourse essentializes Muslim women into only their covering
The sordid history of famous feminists shaming victims of sexual abuse
Intersectional politics can’t empower women if it demonizes them based on their race
In the final of four excerpts from Phyllis Chesler’s ‘A Politically Incorrect Feminist,’ destroying feminism’s own best minds
In the third of four excerpts from Phyllis Chesler’s ‘A Politically Incorrect Feminist,’ fear of flying
In the second of four excerpts from Phyllis Chesler’s ‘A Politically Incorrect Feminist,’ a little girl lost joins the party
In the first of four excerpts from Phyllis Chesler’s ‘A Politically Incorrect Feminist,’ the unholy feminist civil wars
The singer defends the rights of women to experience motherhood fully
The singer praises ‘a feminism that comes and takes what it deserves, with a smile and with a hug’
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
Bookworm: Sex, barbiturates, and the internal lives of women, in a flawlessly crafted and perfectly unstylish seminal work of American culture
Meme Wars: questioning our postmodern definitions of ‘equality’
Today on Jewcy: Judith and the Original #Resistance Story
Meme Wars: What Lorin Stein’s resignation from The Paris Review over sexual misconduct reveals about the true index of male power
‘The Vanishing Princess’ experiments with the elliptical style and subjects that would later become the writer’s trademark
Episode 114: New York Magazine’s Noreen Malone and feminist author Phyllis Chesler
Today on Jewcy: Get some feminist imagery into your sukkah!
Why today’s postmodern postcolonial feminism avoids the true front lines of the battle for women’s rights
Why do so many so-called progressives cry out against Zionism while accepting so much violence against women elsewhere in the Middle East?
Everyday Feminism shuns Gal Gadot, claims Rasmea Odeh is the real superhero
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