by Annie-Rose Strasser Oct 15, 2014
Because of Utah's concealed carry laws, the school was unable to assure Sarkeesian that metal detectors and pat-downs would be used to check attendees.
by Ian Millhiser Oct 7, 2014
Not so long ago, marriage was defined as a fundamentally sexist institution where the wife was both financially and sexually subservient to her husband.
by Judd Legum Sep 27, 2014
The Fox News game plan for extreme sexism.
by Jessica Goldstein Sep 23, 2014
Mock Miss America all you want, but there's no dystopia quite so dystopian for women as the world in which we already, actually live. Not even the Miss America pageant.
by Lauren C. Williams Sep 18, 2014
AEI defends male gaming culture from the feminists out to destroy it.
by Jessica Goldstein Sep 2, 2014
This is news, because it happened to Jennifer Lawrence. But these kinds of violations happen to all kinds of women, all the time.
by Alice Ollstein Aug 28, 2014
Just a few hours after Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) went public with accounts of sexual harassment from her fellow lawmakers, a cadre of mostly male reporters took to the airwaves and Internet to question her credibility.
by Lauren C. Williams Aug 28, 2014
Anita Sarkeesian was driven from her house after getting death and rape threats online for her latest webisode critiquing "women as decoration" in video games.
by Alice Ollstein Aug 27, 2014
“You know, Kirsten, you’re even pretty when you’re fat."
by Jessica Goldstein Aug 15, 2014
Can a polarizing song about a taboo issue be a young singer's breakout hit?