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Hollaback! by the Hundreds Effort Salutes International Women’s Day 2011

March 8, 2011

WMC, GLAAD, & Natl Hispanic Media Coaliton joint FCC action & video/project

March 2, 2011

Defense of Marriage Act—Obama Changes His Mind

Defense of Marriage Act—Obama Changes His Mind

| March 2, 2011

While the president still is reportedly struggling with the issue of gay marriage personally, the author explores the legal and political ramifications of his decision that DOMA violates the constitution. More »

An Obama Report Card: State of the Union for Women and Children

| January 27, 2011

In the wake of President Obama's State of the Union Address, the WMC looks at his record on a series of essential issues. Overall grade? Pass, but with ample room for improvement. More »

NEWSBRIEF: Feminist Response to Assange Rape Case, OWN Network Transition, NOW Suit Against Hooters

December 20, 2010

Transgender Day of Remembrance

November 19, 2010

Out Cry: Ending Violence Against LGBTQ Youth

Out Cry: Ending Violence Against LGBTQ Youth

| October 21, 2010

After Spirit Day, yesterday’s memoriam for LGBTQ suicides, the president and the executive vice president of the Ms. Foundation for Women call on us to fight the cultural messages that cause vulnerable teens to turn violence inward. More »

Prop 8: Let’s Get Rid of Marriage Instead!

| August 6, 2010

As the law plays catch-up, Judge Vaughn Walker includes an eloquent analysis of changing gender roles in declaring Proposition 8 unconstitutional. Commentator Sally Kohn argues that the next step should go even further. More »

Letter from a Mama Grizzly to Sarah Palin

Letter from a Mama Grizzly to Sarah Palin

| July 20, 2010

Commentator Sally Kohn, somewhat confused about Sarah Palin's recent outreach video, asks here for a bit of clarification. More »

U.S. Judge Faults Congress in Denying Same-Sex Marriage

U.S. Judge Faults Congress in Denying Same-Sex Marriage

| July 14, 2010

In a strongly worded ruling, the Defense of Marriage Act falls in federal court to a combined challenge by GLAD and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. More »