A Woman is Suing Israeli Airline for Sexism

February 29, 2016

Renee Rabinowitz is a sharp-witted retired lawyer with a doctorate in educational psychology, who escaped the Nazis in Europe as a child. Now she is about to become a test case in the battle over […]

A Tribute to Late Feminist Activist Thérèse Clerc

February 18, 2016

Thérèse Clerc passed away on February 16. Thank you for your groundbreaking feminist activism in last century and for the inspiration and warmth you gave us and many others, Thérèse Clerc, founder of the Babayagas […]

The Power of Women: a Discussion on Equality

February 16, 2016

Watch the documentary “The Power of Women” on arte 08 March 2016 at 20:15 & WDR 09 March 2016 at 22:55 It is an epochal moment: For the first time in history gender equality appears to be reached. In the corridors of […]

The Body as a Women’s Prison

February 10, 2016

There is nothing more decent than nudity. But when hypocrisy hooks its claws into us and transforms the body into an elaborate women’s prison, it is really time to move in the opposite direction. The […]

The Feminist Case Against Abortion

December 30, 2015

Not all feminists support abortion. Properly defined, feminism is a philosophy that embraces basic rights for all human beings without exception—without regard to race, religion, sex, size, age, location, disability or parentage. Feminism rejects the […]

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