“The pandemic has absolutely impacted the progress women have made and continue to strive for in every aspect of our society, magnifying all existing inequalities and structural issues in our nation,” says Nunes. “The most apparent implication for the future is the way we as a country view health care, paid sick leave and paid family leave.”
The latest statement from the National Organization for Women regarding the 2014 Congressional election results.
Michael Dorf writes for Verdict: I was honored to share the platform with National Organization for Women President Terry O’Neill and New York Planned Parenthood board member Leslie Danks Burke. Although we each described different aspects of the case and its potential implications, we all approached it from the same broader perspective: as secular liberals Read more …
Democrats, repeat after me: No deals. NO deals. NO DEALS.
Feminists must closely examine what I am calling the Romney-Ryan budget plan because, while not the juiciest topic around, it touches every aspect of a woman’s life, including her reproductive health.