Needles and Spins: Anti-Vaccine Propaganda Is Dangerously Profitable

Recasting a social contract as an individual choice is at the crux of the movement’s menace.

Bad Mouths: The Long History of Sanitizing Women’s Language

Many of us think of washing someone’s mouth out with soap as an outdated punishment for ill-tempered children, but for a long time it was also commonplace as a corrective for women.

From Lovable Brute to Aggressor: How “Stranger Things” Turned Jim Hopper Into an Abuser

The issue with "Stranger Things" is that its depiction of abuse seems unconscious and uncritical. A series that doesn’t recognize abuse only normalizes it.

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On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: Trump Tells Congresswomen of Color to “Go Back” to Their Countries

The president is now advocating that women of color aren't welcome in Congress if they continue to challenge US injustices.

Scream On: “Big Little Lies” Shows That Abuse Doesn’t Always Die with the Abuser

“Big Little Lies” never lets us forget that it’s a show about the inextricable hold that domestic violence has on those who experience it, witness it, and survive it.

“Hot Comb” Uplifts Black Women by Their Roots

All Black women haven’t experienced the trauma captured in “Hot Comb,” but there are still broad strokes that all Black women have either shared in intimate dialogues with our friends and family.