Young Voices: If, after the election, despair is a real force we must oppose, then hope is one we must actively pursue by standing with the oppressed.
The milestone of a first female president awaits another woman. But the past year has shown the challenge of addressing sexist subtleties that underlie how society perceives women of power.
Take and Read: I remember sitting in my apartment with Gyn/Ecology, feeling as if my head had been taken off my neck, turned upside down, completely shaken up and put back on.
Simply Spirit: I'm appalled by the unrelenting media bias peddling a false narrative that Hillary Clinton is secretive and untrustworthy.
Just Catholic: The problem with banning burkinis is less about terrorism and more about women's free determinations.
THE SEXUAL POLITICS OF MEAT: A FEMINIST-VEGETARIAN CRITICAL THEORY (25TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION)
By Carol J. Adams
Published by Bloomsbury Academic, 336 pages, $25.95
By MARY E. HUNT
The St. Louis Catholic Worker published its quarterly journal, The Round Table. The issue theme was “Dismantling Sexism.” It’s a great issue – and it’s more comforting than demanding.