Women’s rights isn’t about abortion, it’s about women getting out from under the thumb of men like Harvey Weinstein.
Denial of the uniqueness of femininity only holds us back from fulfilling our potential.
‘It’s not about women, it’s about…’
It is dangerous and careless to change natural assumptions of safety and privacy without counting the costs.
The same price can buy birth control in Peoria or a wife in Mosul. Guess which one the left is talking about?
The superstar waited until she was married to have kids.
CWA speaks out against Jours Après Lunes, a French lingerie line for four to 12-year-olds
Dr. Peggy Drexler’s new book, ‘Our Fathers, Ourselves’ says females long for a good relationship with their dads and that women pay more attention to messages from their fathers than those of their mothers
'Why do we let girls dress like that?' WSJ column asserts that teen girls look 'like prostitutes' - TheDC
Wall Street Journal guest columnist Jennifer Moses claims parents allow and enable daughters to turn to promiscuity
The vice president says Republicans take a ‘blame the victim’ approach
In response to student backlash, Washington University and Bristol Palin have come to a mutual agreement to cancel her appearance from the annual ‘Sexual Responsibility Week’ campus event
Sean Hannity claims to have received a threatening phone call from Stephen Baldwin for poking fun at brother Alec
California NOW chapter files its latest complaint against Hooters; ‘The public likes Hooters,’ says restaurant
Liberals are arguing that it is immoral to extend the Bush tax cuts for the wealthy. They’re wrong.
Social conservatives react to GOProud’s letter to 15 Tea Party leaders urging them to focus on economic issues, not social issues
Conservatives are angry with the GOP operatives who are anonymously sniping at Palin
Heritage's health-care Action - TheDC
Heritage Foundation spin-off urges congressional leaders to join Steve King’s petition to repeal Obamacare
We need to support leaders who will be responsible with taxpayer dollars and not waste money on frivolous spending. Voters, especially women, are watching the decisions elected officials make in Congress and the way those decisions impact the economy and jobs
I hope that the Palins construct an impenetrable fence around their home so they can have the privacy they need as a family and that the Random House author gets bored constantly looking at lumber all day
Enough is enough. More than just a slap on the wrist is needed for these employees—and the supervisors who manage them