In conversations about women's issues, men need to take a step back and hear what actual women have to say.
Women’s History Month, which starts March 7, will focus on what it means to be a woman and the intersections between womanhood and other identities.
Columbia alumni Casey Hayes-Deats, CC ’10, and Katie Lupica, CC ’11, continue to push the envelope with the Cake Shop theater company and new production, "Pains of Youth."
Jenny Singer evaluates the planned expansion of Disney's "Frozen" franchise, and what it might mean for the changing role of women on Broadway.
In a time of digital communication, “Ladies Against Humanity” and other feminist websites serve as a casual venue for women to discuss gender roles and social activism.
Don't criticize people for how they present themselves to the world, makeup or no makeup.
Sheryl Sandberg is still doing her feel-good-corporate-neoliberal-faux-feminism thing, in case you’d forgotten her in the five minutes since her last project.
When I was little, my mom was the kind who always offered to talk about “my changing body.” Those three words still remain the most cringe-inducing in my repertoire, even almost 10 years later.
As president of Barnard College, Debora Spar has a lot on her plate. Last year, she released a book, Wonder Women: Sex, Power, and the Quest for Perfection, that explores one of the unintended consequences feminist movements have created for the 21st century woman.
Barnard President Debora Spar discussed with students whether Barnard should admit transgender women at a Monday night fireside chat that focused on different definitions of feminism.
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