Rasmea Odeh, a Palestinian who was convicted of a terrorist attack in Israel killing two people and also helped planned the Day Without a Woman strike, agreed to leave the United States in a plea deal to avoid jail time.
“Classy” women are sending a giant replica of the female reproductive anatomy stuffed with letters asking President Donald Trump, “Why are you so mean?”
The Women’s Media Center, led by feminist icon Gloria Steinem and actress Jane Fonda, said in a new report that Fox News’ website leads the online media industry in gender parity.
Donald Trump’s presidency has motivated the scientific community, especially female scientists, to expand their skill sets and enter the world of politics, with thousands considering runs for public office.
Israeli educator Akiva Gersh wrote an impassioned letter to Palestinian-American activist Linda Sarsour on Tuesday after Sarsour said that Zionists cannot be feminists.
Controversial feminist and author Camille Paglia slammed Facebook executive Sheryl Sandberg as “insufferably smug” and said her book about women in the workplace was “dishonest.”
Actress Roseanne Barr took to Twitter on Wednesday morning to fight back against Linda Sarsour for stating on the record that feminism and Zionism are incompatible.
Prominent Palestinian-American activist Linda Sarsour, a leader in the feminist movement, said in an interview published Monday that Zionists cannot be feminists.
Liberal billionaire George Soros gave more than $246 million to groups that helped organize Wednesday’s “Day Without a Woman” protest, according to a report.
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.