Category Archives: Women’s rights

SHE SAID by Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey

Now that #MeToo has taken hold in our society, it might seem to some as though women always came forward whenever the men they worked with sexually harassed or abused them. Lest we forget, that was not the case—for centuries. … Continue reading

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ALL THE SINGLE LADIES by Rebecca Traister

When I was a senior in college in 1986, Newsweek published a cover story proclaiming that college-educated women who failed to marry in their 20s faced abysmal odds of marrying at all. At the time, I had two reactions: 1) … Continue reading

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