From the Publisher
Edited and with an Introduction by James Kincaid and with an Afterword by Paul Sawyer
THEY WERE HIGHLY EDUCATED WOMEN, SOME GRADUATES of Ivy League journalism programs. But at Newsweek magazine in the 1960s, they delivered packages, cut out newspaper clippings and, if they were lucky, did reporting for articles that only men were actu
Two new books on gender in the workplace can help women and men become better colleagues and managers.
SHE SAYS THEIR AFFAIR WAS LOVE. HE SAYS IT WAS JUST SEX
BEING A FEMINIST IN 2016 IS A STRANGE THING. YOU ARE at once riding the wave of a radical social movement turned trendy (Beyoncé dancing in front of a flashing FEMINIST sign, Taylor Swift declaring her bona fides) and watching as the political realm
“We are bringing our message of feminism across the globe," says the band’s singer.
THE GENDER WAGE GAP remains stubbornly persistent despite getting loads of media attention. But in 2016 two law-makers made tangible progress in the slow-going battle to ensure equal pay for equal work. The first is Massachusetts State Sen. Pat Jehl
The 2016 election is a referendum on what women can be—and what men can get away with
Comedy-drama series like Fleabag and Transparent show how vulnerability is as important as unlikeability and strength when it comes to portraying fictional women.
The publication’s recent shift toward social issues, identity, and activism is giving its readers what they want.
In celebrating actresses shot without makeup, the artistic institution is jumping on a bandwagon rather than taking a brave stand.
THE GENDER NONCONFORMIST AND INTERNET STAR DEFIES LABELS
THE WORD EMPOWERMENT HAS BECOME the rallying cry of mainstream feminism, with virtually any act performed enthusiastically by a woman—from washing her hair to posting her bikini photos—now designated as “empowering.” But while everyone from Unilever
A GENEROUS AND KINDHEARTED TRAILBLAZER, SHE HELPED START A DIALOGUE ABOUT GENDER
Women support Hillary Clinton by large margins. But this bloc is no monolith
Seven stories about women who were all set to rule the world—and how their careers shook out
Is there room in the movement for people who morally object to abortion?
The charming new Netflix revival is a scene-by-scene study of how people can lose their tempers without also losing their minds.
“Duterte wants to make an example of me so that nobody will speak out," says Leila de Lima.
AFTER DECADES OF chilly backlash, we find ourselves, these past eight years, in an age of feminist resurgence, with feminist websites and publications and filmmakers and T-shirts and pop singers and male celebrities and best-selling authors and women
This action might not be possible to undo. Are you sure you want to continue?