Lilith chooses her freedom. She teaches us to follow our dreams and our inner voices even if it means being shut out of Eden.
One of the first Jewish women to graduate Harvard Medical School, Dr. Nanette Wenger worked tirelessly to end segregation in Atlanta hospitals.
Emily Shire’s Twitter bio says it all: “My high school yearbook quotes were of Golda Meir and Carrie Bradshaw.”
Some on Twitter took aim at Jahangiri for her apparent assertion that Israel is an inherently or especially violent place for women.
The Bible suggests that the oppression of women is a curse — one that must be fought.
The view that sexual exploitation is condoned because of misogyny is undercut by the fact that abuse of boys is as likely to go under the radar.
“The members we lose over this we will replace with the ones we recruit at the March,” a NOW board member wrote in an email.
For a couple of precious hours, someone else would have to change the diaper, wipe the nose, say hello to the nosy neighbor.
“The Reform movement is the only place where I think a woman can truly be free to be a whole person.”
Research shows that both genders objectify women in revealing clothing, affecting workplace advancement. Shouldn’t we change to break glass ceilings?