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The Disability Advocate Risking Her Life to Save Health Care
Kati McFarland has traveled the country—facing arrest and detention multiple times—to confront Congress members seeking to repeal the Affordable Care Act.
What Comes After the Death of the Lesbian Bar?
As America's last holdouts of queer female nightlife fall, a new, genderless alternative is taking root.
Read All Your Hate Mail: Anita Hill's Advice on the Fight for Equality
With reports of sexual misconduct cropping up in pretty much every industry, we spoke to the woman responsible for changing the dialogue about workplace sexual harassment.
The Columbine Shooters, the Girls Who Love Them, and Me
I'm not revolted when I scroll through the adoring Columbine posts. They often appear in between photos of self-harm wounds and missives about loneliness. Instead, I feel pangs of sadness, pity, and on a bad day, recognition.
Anne Beatts, Laughter Pioneer
During a time when comedic institutions like SNL were largely impenetrable boys' clubs, Anne Beatts leveraged her connections, developed her own voice, and wrote some of the most edgy satire of the 1970s.
The Rise of Segregationist Sweetheart Sammie Dean Parker
In the annals of hate, Sammie Dean Parker is part of the long tradition of pretty white women using their vaulted position in society to retard its progress.