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The new barriers and old biases that shackle women
Rosalind C. Barnett, Ph.D., and Caryl Rivers
Our country is facing another crisis with serious long-term consequences: A steady and sharp decline in fertility.
Do the media's mixed messages harm young girls?
Suburban voters are expressing frustration at President Trump's hateful and divisive conduct.
If women can't get mad, society will suffer.
Are women feeling stress as men enter female-dominated job markets?
Nancy Pelosi shows a new style of female leadership.
Yes, because laws that pass can always be undone.
Is competing in elite sports safe for pregnant women? The answer may surprise you.
Will the NRA blast away the Violence Against Women Act?
How women need to look at white anxiety
The Working Mom Barbie would be a great addition to the iconic line.
Which white men fared best in the "Year of the Woman?"
Many women reach their peak after their grandchildren are born.
Are you just not nice enough to succeed?
Following Trump's example—and not intimidated by his bullying—women say, "I've got to be me!"
What's causing the new male anxiety?
Will female candidates play rough?
Yet another problem for women in the age of Trump: Neotribalism.
Are our ideas about men simply wrong-headed?
Policy presents grave danger to kids at the border.
Women's mental health suffers in the face of sexual harassment.
Maybe so, but there's a long way to go, research finds.
Married white women may be persuaded to focus on the financial futures of their daughters instead of their husbands if the right social science arguments are used.
The backlash against Barack Obama has turned toxic.
Will the Trump years be toxic for women?
Need a boost after seven months of Trump? Try a National Woman's Party.
The Google memo on women went viral, but it is mainly scientific nonsense.
When a white fan threw peanuts at a Black player in Fenway Park, he was drawing on years of dismal history
Does Women's History Month threaten men?
Is science outrunning Trump's ideas on reproduction?
Rosalind C. Barnett, Ph.D., is a senior scholar at the Wellesley Centers for Women, Wellesley College, Wellesley, MA. Caryl Rivers is a professor of journalism at Boston University.