Feminism

Shame On Family Films?

Newsweek columnist Julia Baird denounced popular cartoons and family films for having too few female characters who are too beautiful and too small-waisted.

Tom Friedman Defends 'Complex' Hezbollah Terror Leader Fadlallah, the Alan Alda of the Middle East

Friedman glosses over Hezbollah founder Mohammed Hussein Fadlallah's support for suicide bombers and ignores evidence of Fadlallah's blessing of the bombing of a Marine barracks in Lebanon that ...

CBS's Smith Celebrates 'Golden Anniversary' of Birth Control Pill: Freed Women from 'Biological Bonds'

On Thursday's CBS Early Show, co-host Harry Smith commemorated the 50th anniversary of the invention of the birth control pill: "This week is the golden anniversary of the birth of birth control, ...

Maureen Dowd: Being a Catholic Woman Like Being One In Saudi Arabia

The Catholic Church and Islam are the same thing when it comes to their treatment of women according to Maureen Dowd: "I, too, rationalized as men in dresses allowed our religious kingdom to decay ...

Here We Go Again: Columnist Vecsey Excoriates Racist, Sexist Augusta National Golf Club

Seven years after the paper's ill-fated crusade against Augusta National Golf Club's refusal to admit women, sports columnist George Vecsey columnist again rebukes the site of The Masters ...

Thank Goodness: Obama-care 'Will Lower the Costs of Being a Woman'

The Times' Denise Grady cribs from a feminist group to accuse health insurance companies of sex discrimination, something that will be cured under Obama-care: "Being a woman is no longer a ...

5 Years Later, NYT Still Piling on Lawrence Summers for Remarks About Women in Science

Harvard's "a different place" without its former president, Lawrence Summers, who left under fire for daring to make an academic statement about women's aptitude for science and math during an ...

Tim Tebow Takes a Stand

A college football star's Super Bowl ad - an ultra-positive story celebrating a mother who kept her baby - has spurred urgent censorship demands from the left.

It Begins: Dem Loss in Mass. Senate Due to Sexism?

Strangely, Ted Kennedy is not mentioned in a story about sexism in Mass. politics. Reporter Katie Zezima instead wonders if Mass. voters knew Martha Coakley was a woman, since she "never mentioned ...

Times Calls Technical Foul on Obama's All-Male Basketball Games

Mark Leibovich goes after Obama from the feminist left: "Does the White House feel like a frat house? The suspicion flared in recent weeks - and not for the first time - after President Obama was ...
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