By monitoring and calling out media sexism, launching petitions, inviting watch-ins, organizing tweet ups, and other activist campaigns, we are holding media accountable for an equal voice and equal participation.
Writing for "The Nation," Greg Mitchell says it's bad enough that "Boston Herald" opinion columnists won't quit the sexist attacks on Senatorial candidate Elizabeth Warren—now the front page, too, is skipping any analysis of her stance on the issues in favor of ad-feminem gender baiting. More »
Women's Media Center board member Gloria Feldt was on America's Radio News Network on Friday to discuss media treatment of female political candidates, and what kind of effect that may have on other women considering a run. More »
In the wake of the House passing a version of the Violence Against Women Act reauthorization that excludes immigrants, Native Americans and LGTB women, of course Fox News and others are painting their protection as unnecessary. More »
There are as many ways to do kink as a crowded planet full of imaginative sexual beings can conjure—but Roiphe’s idea of submission sounds like nothing so much as doing it wrong. More »
How did a bogus survey from a dubious website earn not only a mention in the New York Post but a feature on a New York local news broadcast? Through sexism, that's how. More »
Rush Limbaugh's half-hearted apology doesn't fix is misogyny. More »