Posts Tagged ‘Women’s Rights & Feminism’

Susan Jacoby

May 20 . 2013

Feminist and  bestselling author, Susan Jacoby looks back at the last pre-feminist generation of men who supposedly had it all and asks: what exactly did they have in Last Men on Top.

Jessica Mason Pieklo

May 9 . 2013

Crow After Roe examines eleven states since 2010 that have each passed a different anti-abortion or anti-women’s health law explicitly written to provoke a repeal of Roe v. Wade. Co-author, Jessica Pieklo tells us what has changed.

Diane Wetendorf

May 6 . 2013

Diane Wetendorf argues that the Religious Right seeks to divert tax dollars from liberal, secular, and feminist programs to private entities and conservative faith-based organizations in Hijacked By the Right.

Sarah Erdreich

March 5 . 2013

Sarah Erdreich presents the antidote to the usual abortion debates in Generation Roe.

Betsy Prioleau

February 26 . 2013

Betsy Prioleau‘s, Swoon is a colorful chronicle of great ladies’ men who spellbind women and enamor them forever ranging  from Casanova to today’s real-world lovers.

Leigh Ann Wheeler

February 25 . 2013

Leigh Ann Wheeler’s, How Sex Became a Civil Liberty is the first book to show how and why we have come to see sexual expression, sexual practice, and sexual privacy as fundamental rights.

Phoebe Baker Hyde

January 25 . 2013

The Beauty Experiment chronicles Phoebe Baker Hyde’s quest for self-acceptance in nothing but her own skin, holding up a mirror to all women and showing how perfectionism can keep us from achieving what we really want: happiness, confidence, and serenity.

Bill Baird

September 27 . 2012

Reproductive rights in the 2012 campaign with activist Bill Baird, founder of  Pro Choice League.

Lynn Povich

September 24 . 2012

Lynn Povich shows how personal experiences and cultural shifts led a group of well-mannered, largely apolitical women, raised in the 1940s and 1950s, to stand up for their rights––and what happened after they did in The Good Girl’s Revolt.


Hanna Rosin

September 11 . 2012

Hanna Rosin shows the radically different ways men and women today earn, learn, spend, couple up—even kill—and has turned the big picture upside down in The End of Men.