Feminism

A Woman Can Be President, Right?

Feminists were devastated last November. But it’s not fated to be this way forever. A response to Susan Madrak and Kathleen Geier.

By Letty Cottin Pogrebin

Female Trouble: An Exchange

Can a progressive woman be elected President?

By Susan Madrak Kathleen Geier

Reaching White Women

By Ilyse Hogue

When the Anti-Feminists Roared Back

In the early 1970s, even Nixon was a feminist. By decade’s end, things had changed.

By Alice Echols

From Eleanor to Hillary

How two first ladies, nearly a century apart, faced so many of the same obstacles.

By Irin Carmon