Would it matter if women or members of minorities were working in executive positions at Los Alamos or any of the other dozen or so bomb factories scattered throughout our country?
Blog Posts about Women and Feminism
Changing the title of my biography of Doris Duke, especially after more than six years of work, is a big deal.
Artists use all the material our lives deliver to us–but the professional cost can be very high.
I’m annoyed at the concert of writing in newspapers, magazines and books that claim that women don’t really want to work.
We never even got as far as humor when attempting to redefine manhood. Will humor get us nearer the starting gate when redefining age?
The witch with her broom is also the woman tossed up in a basket—the high flyer, the visionary, terrifying to many… and more necessary now than ever.
Reimagining the way the Christian Church in all its forms might benefit women… raises, inevitably, the issue of language.
With our silence, we are promoting, however unintentionally, the Trump administration’s war on women.
Broadway… really can’t maintain its status as the place where new playwrights, especially women, go to gain recognition.
The only possible solution is radical, and like all radical ideas, it is impractical and idealistic, like some of the programs that will be cut.