This is a show of human dramas, but it’s also one about how the establishment began to understand the complex physiology of human sexuality, from orgasms to electrical activity in the brain to the hormonal responses involved in sex.
The Supreme Court dealt a one-two punch to women’s rights this week, first striking down the buffer zones surrounding reproductive health clinics and then affirming Hobby Lobby’s ‘right’ to deny contraceptive services to female employees — though the chain store can continue to pay for vasectomies. Both rulings displayed a shocking amount of irony, and …
What is so frightening about abortion, and why are US television networks so terrified of exploring the complex social, institutional, and cultural factors surrounding the procedure?
Should people be watching a show based on a rather idealised and abstract view of life in a women’s prison at all?
In Sydney, Australia, women’s shelters are days away from being decimated.
How is it that we can imagine a world where dragons walk the Earth, but not one where women don’t have to fear rape?
Above all, We Are All Completely Beside Ourselves is a novel about family – about the depth and fierceness of familial love.
This isn’t just about one kind of women, but all women.
It’s time to talk about how male violence against women is a problem of culture, not of madness.
Here’s a light take on what to expect in the new Tori Amos album.