Feminism

No Media Sexism Here, Says Alessandra Stanley

But in June Stanley said that both Hillary Clinton and Michelle Obama had endured "antifeminist hazing."

Biden Not Tough Enough on Thomas, Not Nice Enough to Anita Hill?

Editor Kate Phillips: "[Biden] was widely criticized by liberal legal advocates and women's groups as having mismanaged the allegations of sexual harassment made by Ms. Hill against her former ...

Nancy Pelosi Schmoozes With NYT Reporter, Who Asks About Impeaching Bush

Reporter Elisabeth Bumiller poses sympathetic questions to the House Speaker at a public interview, and Pelosi brings up the Fairness Doctrine: "[Right-wingers] saw an opportunity, came out of the ...

Times Takes Anti-Hillary "Sexism" Charges Seriously

Prodded by feminists, the Times and the rest of the media wonder if its coverage of Hillary was sexist and unfair, while admitting to "euphoric" converage of Obama.

Really Now? Columnist Says Hillary Suffered "16 Months of Sustained Misogyny"

Judith Warner: "Clearly, in an age when the dangers and indignities of Driving While Black are well-acknowledged, and properly condemned, Striving While Female - if it goes too far and looks too ...

Hillary Clinton, "Avenging Angel" for Wronged Women

"In the days after Mrs. Clinton was criticized for misting up on the campaign trail, she won the New Hampshire primary and drew a wave of donations, many from women expressing indignation about ...

Women Airbrushed from Summer Movie Screens, Whines Movie Critic

Manohla Dargis tries to make summer moviegoers feel guilty about the lack of women in films: "All you have to do is look at the movies themselves - at the decorative blondes and brunettes smiling ...

A May Day for Feminism at the Post

Women belong in combat, and mothers don't need husbands.

F is for Falsehood, Not Feminism

CosmoGirl tries to rally young women to the feminist movement, using propaganda long ago debunked.

Patrick Healy: Elderly Women Love Hillary

One concern: Will they get over their old-fashioned ideas and vote for a woman president?
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