“Our Bodies, Ourselves,” published in the early 1970s, revolutionized how health care for women is discussed, laying groundwork for today’s resistance movement.
Ms. Millett’s 1970 book, “Sexual Politics,” made her “the principal theoretician of the women’s liberation movement.”
By ERICA L. GREEN and SHERYL GAY STOLBERG July 12, 2017 WASHINGTON — The letters have come in to her office by the hundreds, heartfelt missives from college students, mostly men, who had been accused of rape or sexual assault. Some...
A new initiative will have executives at companies like PricewaterhouseCoopers and Procter & Gamble share how to promote open discussion among employees.
Women at colleges around the United States expressed their views and concerns on discrimination, safety and what might await them after graduation.
An early champion of women’s rights says that with anti-abortion views, she’s no longer welcome in the movement.