The Fifteen Worst States for Women to Live In – By the Numbers 

Life for women and their families can be dramatically different from state to state.  Such factors as better wages, access to childcare, accessible health care, affordable housing, reproductive health care, women’s shelters, and so many other aspects of what makes a supportive living environment are unevenly found throughout the 50 states. Much depends upon a Read more …

Why Christian Nationalism Is a Feminist Issue

The cultural phenomenon of Christian nationalism isn’t a new concept that has recently taken root in our personal, public, and political spheres. Its presence has been ingrained in the fabric of the United States since English settlers arrived in the early 1600s. John Winthrop, a founding Puritan of the Massachusetts Bay colony, articulated the vision Read more …

Renewing our Commitment to the ERA on its 100th Anniversary  

When Alice Paul and Crystal Eastman authored the Equal Rights Amendment in 1923, both the state of women’s rights in America and the women’s rights movement looked very different than they do today. The ERA was proposed at a time when women could not open their own bank accounts, obtain a mortgage, could not serve Read more …

Treating the USWNT, and All Women, With the Respect They Deserve

Every four years, teams around the world and millions of fans gather to cheer on the nation’s women’s soccer team. For me, it started when I was a little girl playing soccer. I looked up to the US Women’s National Team (USWNT) not only because they were excellent players, but because they were strong, resilient Read more …