The cast might be hesitant to pin labels on the story, but 'The Handmaid's Tale' is an unapologetic, gorgeously-shot feminist show.
The posters are about trying to inspire people who have learned "that they could show up to a city council meeting and their voices were actually heard and affect change."
Hundreds of women marched from Columbus Circle to Trump Tower to protest the president-elect.
"The Community Plan demonstrated how to redevelop WITHOUT gentrification."
"Look at where the leverage of power is and go there."
"I presented it to the world because I thought at least one person would find the humor in the idea of sandwiches for an engagement ring." Whoops.
A new study on chivalry reveals what anyone who has ever dated or accidentally glanced at the cover of Cosmo already knows: Men and women are deeply conflicted on who pays for dates.
Colbert said: "In a nutshell, women are angry and defensive. You need proof? Go up to any single woman and say, 'The reason you're not married is because you're angry and defensive.'"
Spoiler: all of this is your fault, ladies.
Newsweek gives Katie Roiphe its cover with a story about how empowered women want to be dominated or something.
Ladies, meet Roy Den Hollander. He's single... Roy Den Hollander is
The pseudonymous Lux Nightmare burst onto the alt porn scene as a
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