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Stephen Moore calls his columns about women ‘a spoof.’ They’re not.

The sexist attitudes within them prove he’s unfit for the Fed

I, too have become a Marie Kondo disciple

Joy and kindness call to us, and they are at the heart of Kondo’s philosophy

Black women and girls deserve better

A famous quote by Malcolm X still rings true more than a half a century later

We can’t let the Bechdel test become the ceiling for progress in Hollywood

The test sets the bar too low. Here’s why I think it’s time to move beyond it.

I saw firsthand how institutions protect men accused of abuse. We must change them.

I felt the full force of our culture’s wrath for women who speak out

In Egypt, complaining about sexual harassment can get you arrested as a terrorist

Women like Amal Fathy and May El Shamy have been persecuted for speaking out

I worked in George H.W. Bush’s press office. He was like a father to me.

He represented an era, a way of being, a sense of caring, compassion and human kindness

People like Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez because she’s real and unjaded — for now

The congresswoman-elect stands in contrast to traditional politicians, but will that last?

The ‘Respect Us’ campaign calls for the end of support for music that demeans, denigrates women

Battling misogyny on the airwaves

We are Jamal Khashoggi’s daughters. We promise his light will never fade.

‘We feel blessed to have been raised with his moral compass’