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“Blacklight” Spins a New Tale about Strippers in New Orleans

Sex workers are very dynamic and have their own varied, colorful lives.

Flies and Lies: 5 Feminist Takeaways from the Vice Presidential Debate

Men will talk over women every single time.

Teen Girls Shouldn’t Have to Fix Our Country

We shouldn’t be making demands of Claudia Conway, especially if they aren’t demands we’ve even made of ourselves.

Biden, Byrde, and the Limits of “Toxic Masculinity” Discourse

For men like Joe Biden, the solution is never to contend with their own role in upholding an oppressive system—or to step aside to make room for others.

Progressive Lenses: Women Candidates and the New Double Standard

Merely stating that sexism exists in politics can imperil any woman’s political campaign.

Out of Network: What’s Really Behind “Health-Sharing” Ministries?

The pandemic has underscored how one person’s “faith” can be weaponized against others to worsen an already shared precarity.

Love No Limit: We Can Celebrate Cardi B’s Divorce

Public opinions about Cardi B’s divorce are also conversations about all women’s autonomy.

Patient Perspective: Lara Parker, a Wise Friend for Those with Vagina Problems

In order to get help from doctors and be taken seriously, people with endometriosis have to be really vulnerable.

White Icons: What Does RBG Mean to Black Legal Scholars?

It’s Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s ability to dip in and out of the issues that so directly affect people who don’t look like her that raises larger questions about how whiteness is performed in this country.

Colorblind Justice: “Unpregnant” Is Too White to Be Revolutionary

While Unpregnant succeeds in illustrating a larger thesis about the state-sanctioned roadblocks to abortion, it fails at developing its supporting characters.

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