From start to finish, one of the defining themes of Donald Trump's presidency was his profound anxiety about masculinity.
The anchor noted that the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King was not a medical doctor and nobody "made a fuss about that."
"All too often, our accomplishments are met with skepticism, even derision,” the former first lady wrote in response to the widely criticized piece.
Once you see the parallels and connections between real life and the screen, you can't unsee them.
Sen. Kelly Loeffler (R-GA) told reporters that she doesn’t disagree with anything that President Donald Trump has said or done.
After Trump told women that he would get their husbands back to work, CNN’s Brianna Keilar attacked the president’s sexist dreams.
She slammed Peggy Noonan's sexist take on the vice presidential candidate, but said it was encouraging to see how much backlash it created.
The "Monday Night Football" reporter called out Dan McNeil's misogyny in a blistering tweet. He was later fired.
No man has even been asked to explain why he should get to keep his surname.
Anti-abortion activist Abby Johnson was tweeting in defense of a system that would allow husbands to ultimately decide their wives' votes.