How the Climate Crisis Affects Reproductive Rights

By Skye Wheeler This reproductive health crisis, brought about by climate change, can look very different in different regions of the world. Around the world, the climate crisis is worsening… Continue reading How the Climate Crisis Affects Reproductive Rights

Benefitting from Female Governors: Could Your State Be Next?

Understanding how and when women run for office could be a useful exercise as voters consider future prospects for their political leaders. November’s midterm elections produced several landmark election outcomes… Continue reading Benefitting from Female Governors: Could Your State Be Next?

Ignoring Precedent: Stop Making Women’s Equality a Political Question Mark

By Don. W. Wilson and Lisa Sales On January 27, 2022, standing before the White House in below freezing temperatures just as the suffragists had done in 1917, Americans marked the two-year anniversary of… Continue reading Ignoring Precedent: Stop Making Women’s Equality a Political Question Mark

Protecting Queer Youth: Why Title IX is Not Enough, but the ERA Is!

By Caitlin Rich This September, the public comment period on proposed Title IX changes ended. The Department of Education will now consider more than 235,000 comments before issuing their final regulations. Many… Continue reading Protecting Queer Youth: Why Title IX is Not Enough, but the ERA Is!

From Chloe Kim to Eileen Gu: How does American Society Embrace Asian American Female Athletes?

By Dorothy Du “When I’m in the U.S., I’m American, but when I’m in China, I’m Chinese,” Eileen Gu says. The American-born skier and Olympic champion has become a controversial athlete… Continue reading From Chloe Kim to Eileen Gu: How does American Society Embrace Asian American Female Athletes?

The Reverse Selfie: Blurring the Lines of Reality and Fantasy

Mackenzie Waterfield “Digital distortion is happening more than ever, and tools once only available to professionals can now be accessed by young girls at the touch of a button without… Continue reading The Reverse Selfie: Blurring the Lines of Reality and Fantasy

Why Are Military Women Affected by Toxic Exposure More than Men?

Jonathan Sharp The fact that medical professionals seldom ask women whether they served in the military upon assigning them a diagnosis is just one of the reasons why many female… Continue reading Why Are Military Women Affected by Toxic Exposure More than Men?

Mom, I Always Knew You Were a Lesbian

Today, on #LesbianVisibilityDay, I recall how I collected the courage to become authentic. It had been six years since I delicately disclosed to my teenage son that I was dating… Continue reading Mom, I Always Knew You Were a Lesbian

Disability Discrimination: Innocent but Blatant

The feeling of separation hurt me; I saw myself as capable, intelligent and equal, and that this odd leg should be a characteristic that was overlooked… To read more visit: Women’s… Continue reading Disability Discrimination: Innocent but Blatant

What is Women’s Health? It’s More Than You Think

When we hear “women’s health,” we should picture everything from the food labels that warn us about the hidden, unhealthy. When you hear “women’s health,” your mind is likely drawn to… Continue reading What is Women’s Health? It’s More Than You Think