Marcie Bianco, Ph.D., is a contributing editor at Curve Magazine and an adjunct professor at Hunter College. She has contributed to The Atlantic, AfterEllen, Buzzfeed, The Daily Dot, Feministing, The Feminist Wire, The Huffington Post, Lambda Literary, Mic, Quartz, Salon, Slate, Vanity Fair, Women and Hollywood, The Women’s Review of Books, and XO Jane. She writes, lectures, and makes media appearances about ethics, from feminism to race relations. Her current writing projects include a not-memoir about academic affairs and a collection of feminist essays.
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The recent murders of three women runners in three different states have sent shock waves through the female running community. More »
A new documentary, "Southwest of Salem: The Story of the San Antonio Four," tells the heart-wrenching story of a modern "witch hunt." More »
In its second season, the Netflix series "Grace and Frankie" has its most feminist moment yet, portraying the right to death with a mix of gravity and levity. More »
Nine women have performed Hillary Clinton on Saturday Night Live. Each one has made the role her own, but they all say something about how we view powerful women. More »