Women should not be automatically expected to have children.
She-Wolves documents the difficulty early queens of England had asserting power.
Definitely recommended if you enjoy historical novels, or are interested in First Wave feminism.
A fascinating autobiography by one of the founders of modern feminism, Benoite Groult.
Two reissued books feature some of the best essays of rock critic and social observer Ellen Willis.
Amy Brenneman stars as Playwrights Horizons calls on the deities and demons of feminism, from Freud and Nancy Friday to Phyllis Schlafly.
How feminist, deconstructionist literary criticism killed the strong male protagonist.
Friends from a liftime ago stick together and help each other during times of turmoil and grief.
Affirmative action was initiated to level the field for women and minorities. Has it honestly lived up to its purpose?
The gap between individualists and collectivists is not only intellectual, but geographic as well.