Author : Carissa Wyant
Women Ignorant About Reproduction: Study By
The research found women share a host of common misconceptions about ovulation, conception and other factors that impact their fertility.
Fight To Fly: Women Aviators Soar In WWII, Overcome Discrimination By
“I wanted to fly up there with the birds. I just felt like I needed to be up there.”
VA Failing To Serve Women Veterans By
As women are increasingly playing a more significant role in the military, the VA needs to adequately provide treatment and care for female veterans.
US Facing Crucible Of Rising Income Inequality By
Yellen is not the first, but is one among a growing chorus who believe that income inequality is a growing detriment to the future of humanity.
Drinking Is Devastating Women At Alarming Rates By
Well-educated White women have some of the highest rates of alcoholism. What’s going on?
Personhood For Dogs? Rethinking Animal Rights By
We live in a world that neglects the most fundamental rights — and sometimes even basic decency — to animals.
Muslim, Jewish Religious Leaders Offer Hope for Peace By
In spite of the deeply entrenched Israel-Palestine conflict, religious leaders from both sides are working to bridge the divide.
On America’s Obsession With Pageants And Race By
A former "Miss" contender weighs in on the unending conversation about the racial and ethnic backgrounds of pageant contestants.
Extremist Catholic Website Needs To Examine Its Own Tradition By
A fringe organization's insistence that Catholic women shouldn't attend college runs not only against the realities of the modern world, but the Catholic tradition itself.
The ‘Whitest, Malest’ Field Of American Academia: Philosophy By
Despite gains in society at large, women — especially women of color — face incredulity and even harassment in the Ivory Tower’s loftiest spire.