Nuns’ Public Scolding Sends the Wrong Message

June 12, 2012 0

As a former (or as some say “recovering”) Catholic, I’ve been riveted by the public spat now occurring between Catholic nuns and the Vatican. The nuns of the Leadership Conference of Women Religious (LCWR) have […]

Gloria Steinem, a Woman Like No Other

March 19, 2012 0

Editors Note: The New York Times ran a fantastic piece over the weekend celebrating Gloria Steinem. The author, Sarah Hepola, raises the question “Where is the next Gloria Steinem, and why — decades after the […]

The Next Frontier of Feminism

March 12, 2012 5

“Women Power,” “Fearless Women,” “Connecting Girls, Inspiring Futures,” and of course, “Feminist” – all of these wonderful and empowering words are flying around with March being Women’s History Month. Ever since we re-launched in […]

My Brush with Greatness

March 8, 2012 1

I sat glued to the screen for forty minutes as I viewed Saving Face, the Oscar-winning HBO documentary that premiers tonight on HBO. The story follows two Pakistani women, Zakia and Rukhsana, whose faces have […]