A devastating case is bringing Pakistan's biggest social and political issues—police corruption, patriarchal injustice—to the fore once again.
Friday marks a year since a New York Times piece about Hollywood heavyweight Harvey Weinstein sparked a viral movement against sexual violence in its many forms.
Regime media paints a modern, Western-friendly picture, while opposition media depicts women as passive and dependent. Emerging news outlets are trying to present a more accurate image.
The term "intersectionality" has become a kind of brood parasite. It mimics just enough of left-feminist rhetoric to deceive the unwary.
America does not need another elite Kennedy pretending to lead us out of the darkness of authoritarian capitalism, racism, militarism and other evils.
Just as men must re-evaluate the manner in which they pursue women, women must learn to discard the layers of socialization that teach us to value men's pleasure over our own.