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Mad Men, Mad Women
Joy Parks

Discussions about women and advertising have been reignited thanks to the level of unapologetic sexism portrayed in the award-winning drama Mad Men, a television series about a 1960s...

I am Ho, Hear Me Roar
Renee Bondy

I teach a course on women and friendship.

Jane Rules: Reflections on Living and on Loving
Joanne Bealy

Jane Rule was born in Plainfield, New Jersey, on March 28, 1931. After spending time in England, she moved to Canada in 1956 to teach at the University of British Columbia.

Rwanda's Rape Victims Speak Out
S. Ka Hon Chu, A.M. de Brouwer

In the 100 days of genocide that ravaged the small Central African nation of Rwanda from April until July 1994, about one million Tutsi and Hutu people were killed, and an estimated 250,000 to 500...

Is Their Room for Men in the Women's Movement?
Mandy Van Deven
During my five years as a community organizer at Girls for Gender Equality in Brooklyn, I was frequently asked to recommend a program for young men that could help them examine gender expectations...
Lesbian Infertility a Feminist Issue
Elizabeth Ruth

Illustration: Jaime Drew

I know something of missed opportunities, stunted and miswoven cells, futures undone. I know relentless, raging optimisms, babies not yet wished into being...