Iceland is the world's best place to be a woman, and labor is inseparable from what makes that feminist fairy tale possible.
The House GOP plan would tax tuition waivers, opening a new front in Republicans’ war on higher education. This plan is particularly
My organization received twice as many endorsement applications from millennial candidates this year than we have at any time in the past.
A Wesleyan University student questions assumptions on gender and identity with project.
A study of UK University graduates that found that female graduates migrate more than male graduates. Why? The authors argue
2. Mentorship is posed as a career development opportunity as opposed to an educational opportunity Students who were mentored
We still need Ethnic Studies and Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies because race, gender, and sexuality are still important facets of human experience that give shape to the ways we are in the world.
Little background on me, you're not the first person to say I'm not a man. In fact, this isn't even the first time I've been told I look like a girl.
That word was echoed by many of the people in attendance that day--brilliant, hard-working diversity practitioners defining their effort in advancing more women and minorities as a "journey."
ERBIL - Fighting jihadists and fundamentalism requires not only armory for combat on the battlefields but also civic mechanisms, structures and tools to educate people on women's rights as an intrinsic part of human rights.
Wendy Wasserstein's Pulitzer Prize Winning Play reopening on Broadway has renewed resonance on the day after International Women's Day.
And non-food marketers have known this forever, they've been selling separately to the sexes since marketing and advertising
Lesbian Author Tackles Edmund White, Gains a Deeper Understanding of the Gay Icon, the Writer, the Human Being
When I heard about his latest book, I decided that it was time to read Edmund White. As a lesbian writer, I have very little in common with White, but as I kept reading Inside a Pearl, what I found was an Edmund White I could relate to -- one who could lay his life on the page.
In fact, "Free to Be" heralded, announced and championed the most dramatic and most rapid transformation of gender relations in our nation's history. Today, we are, in the U.S., incontestably more gender equal than we have ever been. Don't believe me? Look around your workplace.