Lauren Duca, Teen Vogue’s celebrated columnist, caused a firestorm on Twitter yesterday after saying Wonder Woman star Gal Gadot was paid 46 times less than Man of Steel star Henry Cavill. The only problem is that Duca is dead wrong.
The “war on women” crowd is out in full force after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor or Hobby Lobby, but their usual baseless claims are even more striking this time because they are such a blatant distortion of the actual facts in the case.
A new resolution has been introduced at the Republican National Committee (RNC) meeting this week that will urge pro-life candidates for national office to fight back against the deceptive “war on women” rhetoric used so successfully in past campaigns by speaking up about the extreme positions on abortion held by those who are waging it.
A newly released photo of President Barack Obama and his top aides reveals that little has changed in a White House that insists upon waging a “war on women” even while under-employing – and underpaying – its female staffers.
A Democratic Senate candidate in North Carolina took the war on women to a new low after appearing in a recent political ad where she waves a transvaginal ultrasound wand to make her point that Republicans are insensitive to women.
According to a new report on what issues matter most to women who intend to vote this November, politicians who are waging the so-called war-on-women with the hopes of winning their votes this November are seriously out-of-touch with both the women most likely to vote, and what they’re the most concerned about.
The feminist-run anti-war group, Code Pink, has taken the so-called “war on women” to embarrassing new lows by showing up in Tampa this week dressed in giant vagina costumes and carrying signs proclaiming “Read my lips: Leave my vagina alone.”
Despite their rhetoric about wanting to protect women’s rights, abortion hardliners showed their true colors yesterday when they defeated a bill that would ban sex-selection abortions that mostly target the female population.
A new New York Times/CBS News poll has found that Americans aren’t buying the spin about either the “war on women” or the idea that President Obama’s flip-flop on same-sex marriage was motivated by principle rather than politics.