Can’t Feminism Just Be For All of Us?

I am tired. I’m twenty-five, and I am tired. This article makes a number of reasonable points. When I rail, in just a moment, against the “feminism” of the established generation, I don’t mean to single this article out as an example of Problematic Feminism™. I certainly don’t mean to diminish the point that—in some ways—sexism […]

“Anti-Gay” Bigotry is Anti-Bi+

A recent New York Times editorial called out the GOP for trying to pass “religious freedom” legislation that would threaten Americans’ First Amendment rights. The article points out how this legislation not only undermines the same principles it purports to uphold, it also protects discrimination against LGBTQ+ people and others. Overall, it’s a well-written and well-intentioned article. But one detail […]

Rocket Woman: Anna Lee Fisher

Today marks the birthday of Anna Lee Fisher, an accomplished astronaut who has contributed over 30 years of work to NASA. Born August 24, 1949, Fisher was one of the United States’ first female astronauts. She still works in the space program today. As a child, Fisher’s family moved often because her father was in […]