Are activists launching accusations of transphobia to their movement’s detriment–and is it costing them their allies?
Author Beatrice Louis
The scholars behind the letter supporting Prof. Ronell are sabotaging the plight of victims and the #metoo movement in ways that are truly reprehensible.
The coalition between the West and Saudi Arabia has been fractured with its response to Canada. It is time for the status quo to change.
Monogamy enforced by social norms is an easily observable phenomenon in many parts of the world–and its consequences are deadly.
The sort of arguments being thrown around online insisting on the right of businesses to engage in discrimination are disingenuous–and dangerous.
There is a valuable lesson in the celebration of black culture at the royal wedding. It would be a tragedy to dismiss its significance as identity politics.
The reaction to Sarah Champion’s statement shows we are still more willing to sacrifice girls than to undergo a little discomfort in stopping predators.
Protesting FGM is sensitive, but women’s rights activism demands the courage to do such things. It seems the Women’s March are either afraid or don’t care.
Even vague intolerance or irrational attitudes towards LGBT people should not be left unchallenged, simply because it is in the guise of a minority religion Earlier…
In what appears to be a staggering example of the germination and runaway dissemination of fake news, there is considerable turmoil among U.S. media outlets as…