“Classy” women are sending a giant replica of the female reproductive anatomy stuffed with letters asking President Donald Trump, “Why are you so mean?”
After a February general strike fizzled, labor groups claim several hundred thousand service workers across the nation will walk off the job on May 1 to protest the Trump administration.
The life of a househusband is sort of like that of a character in one of those post-apocalyptic zombie movies where they live in a fortified bunker and try to keep the relentlessly kinetic but fine motor skills-challenged menace at bay. The first thing you do, assuming you don’t find yourself faced with a full-on assault, is repair existing fortifications. By 10:30 I had added a layer of shirts and jackets to the exercise bike lodged between the right side of the couch and one of the bookshelves; one more box of books added to the gap on the other side was, I figured, more than enough to keep Number One away from the books and records and sharped-edged furniture in the living room.
Terry Joffe Benaryeh lost her uncle to a 1969 terrorist attack carried out by co-organizer of the Women’s Strike Rasmea Odeh, and wrote a heartfelt op-ed in the Huffington Post imploring people to recognize the terrorism Odeh committed.
Police arrested prominent Palestinian-American activist Linda Sarsour for disorderly conduct on Wednesday during a demonstration outside of Trump International hotel in New York City.
Liberals on Twitter rejoiced when they believed that the Statue of Liberty was joining their “A Day Without a Woman” strike when its lights went out on Tuesday night, only to find out the electrical outage wasn’t an act of solidarity by the national monument.
Best-selling author and feminist Camille Paglia said she was “horrified” by protesters’ use of “pussy hats,” and denounced the hats as “a major embarrassment to contemporary feminism.”
Leaders of the “Day Without a Woman” strike are working with a group that does not have a single female in a leadership position.