It's total bull that recent US Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan gets referred to by the White House as "unmarried" rather than "single". Why make her sound depressing? asks Maureen Dowd.
NSW Premier Kristina Keneally acts like a bitchy girl in parliament, making personal comments about dress and appearance. If she's such a feminist, why resort to typical sexist remarks? asks Liberal MLA Pru Goward.
Feminism isn't an abstract idea. It's enforcing the separation of labour, having a true partnership and not accepting that men should work more because they earn more, writes Damon Young.
What does it take to get a letter published in The SMH? Well it helps if you're not a cheeky feminist wanting to have a go at Paul Sheehan, advise Gabe Kavanagh and Rosa Campbell.
It's been forty years since a landmark gender discrimination case against NEWSWEEK magazine by its employees. So, how much has changed for women? asks current NEWSWEEK journos.
Newsweek takes a look back at its most iconic depictions of "women's history" over the magazine's 70+ years of history.
Last week, NSW Labor MP Greg Donnelly remarked that singers like Beyonce and Lady Gaga are encouraging sexual violence against women with their raunchy attitudes. Um, that's not quite how rape occurs, writes lauredhel.
Since when did feminism condone compulsory loss of rights for categories of women? Please don't use women's needs as an excuse for bad policy as it sounds a bit like Phillip Ruddock wearing his Amnesty badge while persecuting asylum seekers.
Louis Nowra's wife Mandy Sayer answers her husband's critics in today's Australian, in an item running under the awful headline: "Louis, Louis, oh baby, you gotta go."
Feminism was once about making wide changes in the way societies were run and what was valued. It seems to now be mainly about minor expansions of women’s illusory choices.