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The parallels between America’s 32nd and 42nd first ladies are hard to push aside. In 2016, would Roosevelt still believe that America isn’t ready for a female president?
In college, when I began dating the man who would become my husband, he told me that his family loved baseball.
"Okay," I said, treating the news as if he'd said they all liked the color blue -- a fine distinguishing characteristic, but nothing that had anything to do with me.
Interview with Arlie Russell Hochschild:
As a nation, we gravely underestimated the toxic hybrid of sexism and racism, even though it has been there all along.
Meet the Evangelical Christian women resolved to go behind the backs of their families, friends, and pastors to break party lines.
You told your daughter she could be president, you told your son love wins—now what?
Private Facebook groups are a new way for women to find sanctuary online, but the consequences of honesty can be dire.
Why is Hillary being held accountable for Bill?
Divorce is bad, argue Christian leaders. And yet the Clintons are judged moral failures for staying together
Recent research suggests that gang clashes have moved online—and with profound intensity.
Why is a mom actually asserting her humanity considered refreshing and real and worthy of all the LOLs?
1 in 7 moms in America are bloggers—but how does that affect their kids?