At the Intersection: It’s worth getting close enough to see that Hillary Clinton is a woman, and see how being black grounded Muhammad Ali’s activism.
Take and Read: Eliot's captivating novel -- and an esteemed critic's sexism -- honed my feminist perspective.
At the Intersection: The absence of feminine images of God makes it easier to default to women as unclean or sinful.
Eradicating male and female identities does nothing to solve the problem of unfair or disrespectful treatment based on people's gender, Pope Francis said.
From Where I Stand: The temptation is to think that in the U.S., women are free, independent, secure, respected, welcomed on a par with their fathers and brothers everywhere.
On Valentine’s Day weekend, FutureChurch will hold a free teleconference titled, “Moving beyond patriarchy.”