Category: Women’s Liberation / Feminism

The 1968 Miss America Protest Revisited

On September 7, the 48th anniversary of the 1968 Miss America Protest that marked the public burst of the Women’s Liberation Movement into U.S. consciousness, the online version of USA TODAY published an account with interviews, historic photos, and links…

“Viagra for Women” Pill Fails to Perform

The “little pink pill”, sometimes referred to as the “Viagra for women”, is having a hard time performing up to its corporate claims. When the drug flibanserin (brand name: Addyi) was approved a year ago by the FDA – supposedly to help women’s…

Suing to Protect Women’s Title IX Gains

by Kathy Scarbrough In May of this year, the federal Departments of Justice and Education put out a “Dear Colleague” letter giving federal “guidance” to schools across the country that are wrestling with how to handle the demands of transgender…

Feminists Speak Out on Sex vs. Gender

Four members of the Women’s Liberation Front presented different aspects of the problem that gender identity poses for women at the Left Forum held in New York City in May. We provide separate video links below to both the panel presentations…

The Judge Said

By Kathy Scarbrough   Judges often fail to hold men accountable for rape, even when the evidence is overwhelming. We just saw it play out one more time as Judge Aaron Persky let convicted felony rapist Brock Turner, walk out…