Welcome to Feminism/Gender Watch,

Women don't just hold up half the sky. They constitute half of all that is under the sun and moon. And their subordination, in any manner at all, is, of course, completely unacceptable to all people, male or female, who are serious about justice and equity.

ZCom's Gender/Feminism Watch page seeks to present news, analysis, and vision bearing on the situation and activty of women to eliminate the subordination they have endured.

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  • Windham: Working Class Feminism

    Young women are leading the most exciting and dynamic aspects of the 21st-century progressive movement, and they’ve been at this for a while now

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    Podur: Women Rise Up

    imagine when women in such a society decide that they are going to change this. Even some victims will oppose them—there is serious internalization of sexism as there is with racism.

  • Menos Collective: The International Women’s Strike

    The October 19 strike was the first women’s strike in the history of Argentina and Latin America. A strike was called for one hour, in all possible spaces: workplaces, educational spaces, domestic spaces, neighborhood ones, etc. The following mobilization was truly enormous: more than 250,000 people in Buenos Aires and more marches all over the country

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    Cole: Trump’s Plan for Women

    The Hill reports that the Trump budget may well slash Federal funding for the 25 programs that grew out of the Violence against Women Act.

  • Charleswell: Gentrification is a Feminist Issue: A Discussion of the intersection of Class, Race, Gender, and Housing

    In the most simplistic terms, the feminization of poverty refers to the fact that women represent a disproportionate share of the world’s poor. Further, the feminization of poverty is not only a consequence of lack of income, but is also the result of the deprivation of opportunities and gender biases

  • Finley: The Rape Election

    Although I generally applaud the notion of a national conversation...

  • Bergstein: Because of Sex

    It is fair to say that the Civil Rights Act of 1964 brought the United States into the 20th Century. That comprehensive law made it illegal to engage in racial, gender, and national origin discrimination in public accommodations--like hotels and restaurants--and employment. Yet, the law says very little about what exactly constitutes discrimination

  • A. Haught: The Long, Long Journey to Women’s Equality

    Every year, violence in the home and the community devastates the lives of millions of women.” Even with the possibility of a female. president, the battle for full equality still isn’t over.

  • Finley: Changing the Conversation About the “Woman Card”

    The “woman card.” It’s so much nonsense. Donald Trump is merely the latest to accuse a woman of playing identity politics because she, well, actually discussed the fact that the U.S. still has much to improve in terms of gender equality.

  • : Argentine Women Call Out Machismo

    The term “femicidio,” which encompasses the murder of women by domestic violence, in honor killings and in other categories of hate crime, has now entered our everyday language in Argentina. “The cause is our country’s macho culture,”

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