Today, March 8, is International Women’s Day. The Jan. 21 Women’s March organizers have called for an international women’s strike (paired with women’s groups in more than 30 countries) in which women refrain from paid and unpaid labor. Since the Women’s March on Washington made such a splash, an observer might assume it was in […]
There’s actually not much of a need to go out of our way to embarrass modern-day feminists, because they’ll do that on their own. After the Women’s March on Washington, the exhausted harpies in their p***y hats were quick to announce a planned “Day Without a Woman” strike, as Kira Davis wrote about here. Now we have a date, March 8, and the rules to | Read More »
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Donald Trump’s inauguration has brought with it a wave of protest and activism. Much is being written on who is involved, how and why, and what they’re achieving. Commentators from the left, right and in between have weighed in on what protesters ought to be doing differently. But one important characteristic of protest has so far […]
Protests against President Trump and his executive actions have been erupting across the country. As they began, immediately after the Jan. 22 women’s marches, Trump tweeted: Watched protests yesterday but was under the impression that we just had an election! Why didn’t these people vote? Celebs hurt cause badly. — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January […]
On Nov. 8, Donald Trump won the presidency with just over 57 percent of Electoral College votes. But as has been repeated often since then, he fell far short of receiving the support of a majority of Americans. He won less than half of the popular vote, and only about half of eligible voters bothered to […]
This is the fourth post in our series on what social science can tell us about the Women’s March on Washington. Here are the first, second, and third. — TMC editors It didn’t take long after the historically massive Women’s March on Washington (and sister marches around the world) — just one day, in fact — before skeptical commentators began […]
This is the third post in our series on what social science can tell us about the Women’s March. Here are the first and second. More will appear in the coming days. — TMC editors Last weekend’s Women’s March drew millions of protesters from all 50 states and many countries around the world. Some social scientists estimated that […]
This is the second post in our series on what social science can tell us about the Women’s March. Find our first one here. More posts will appear in the coming days. — TMC editors Millions of people across the United States and the rest of the world showed up at one of the Women’s Marches this past […]
This is the first post in our series on what social science can tell us about the Women’s March. The other posts will appear in the coming days. — TMC editors After this past weekend’s Women’s March on Washington, many are asking if this is the start of a renewed movement for women’s rights. I’m a […]
Saturday’s Women’s March was preceded by a number of #WhyIMarch posts, then a variety of conservative #NotMyMarch rebuttals, then #WhyIMarch sur-rebuttals. Many of them had bits of merit, while a few were almost completely laughable. On both sides, women shared emotional, personal experiences. Some were filled with anger and blame, even from the conservative side. (Which is understandable, because blatant hypocrisy is difficult to watch.) | Read More »
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