Women in Israel are being urged to either show off skin or cover up to support soldiers. Are these women’s bodies being deployed alongside men’s?
Watching footage of four boys killed on the Gaza beach while playing soccer was a turning point for Sarah Seltzer. They reminded her of her brother and his soccer-playing friends.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg warned that the Hobby Lobby decision would be a slippery slope to widespread discrimination on religious grounds. She was right.
The Supreme Court ruling on the right to deny employees contraception stigmatized women’s reproductive health care — and reduced women to second-class citizens.
The SCOTUS decision that struck down the “buffer zone” around Massachusetts abortion clinics shows that it’s only the powerful who get protection from protesters, writes Sarah Seltzer.
With the ouster of Dov Charney from American Apparel, it may be that the era of sleaze-cool fashion has come to an end, Sarah Seltzer writes.
The ‘feminist phone intervention’ provides women with a fake number to give out to aggressive men in bars. The number texts back with a quote from feminist thinker bell hooks.
How to respond to a kissing scene in the Anne Frank House in ‘The Fault in Our Stars.’ It depends on your feelings about the memorial — and about Anne herself.
Jenny Slate’s new romantic comedy, ‘Obvious Child,’ deals with abortion in a new way, showing a woman’s ownership over her own mistakes.
There are those who would hurt Sarah Seltzer because she is Jewish. But, she writes, the Santa Barbara killing shows that she’s far more likely to be targeted because of her gender.