“It never dawned on me what it must be like to be homeless and have your period.”
This past year, we haven’t shied away from publishing essential stories on Jewish women’s issues.
If you’re going to be letting your time free-fall through the bottomless pit of the Internet, you should at least be doing it with these ladies.
In their own words.
I do not identify as a “right-wing Zionist,” nor do I find the leadership of Palestinian women “surprising” or anything less than positive.
I’m a Jewish woman in a world where the marginalized can never stop fighting for their rights.
Emily Shire wisely asks in The New York Times why feminists are expected to support BDS.
Walden’s probing on how a heavily gendered language such as Hebrew might shape ideas about gender roles animated her audience — at least, the girls.
“A Day Without Women.” What does this mean?
Forget Lego Friends— Maia Weinstock has created a set of legos based on the four women Supreme Court justices, including our own personal favorite, Ruth Bader Ginsburg.