The Reason Roundtable hands out darts and laurels for the impeachment process to date, and also wades into the Democrats' great Gender Wars of 2020.
CNN Implicitly Took Elizabeth Warren's Side in the Unproven Sexism Accusation Against Bernie Sanders
"Senator Warren, what did you think when Sanders said a woman couldn’t win the election?”
Plus: Twitter terms seem to permit "shadowbanning," the case for Craigslist sex ads, and more…
The Pacific Legal Foundation is arguing that a California law mandating corporate boards have a minimum number of women amounts to unconstitutional sex discrimination.
The 21-year-old faces criminal punishment for text messages to her suicidal boyfriend.
More implicit bias research comes under scrutiny
It's politically correct to say men and women are mentally the same, but Stossel lays out science that says otherwise.
The ads are the first to be banned since the new law went into effect in June.
No, Sanders didn't say Warren is surging just because she's a woman.
Justice Department Decides Not to Appeal Court Ruling Striking Down Federal Law Banning Female Genital Mutilation
The decision is likely to be unpopular. But it is the right thing to do nonetheless, as the law is unconstitutional. Not every evil must be addressed by a federal law.
No one wants to consider if casually blowing things up is a good idea in the first place.
FGM is a horrible crime. But banning it is one of many issues the Constitution leaves to the states, much like banning rape and murder. Yesterday's court decision striking down the law was correct.
Places that score high for gender equality also show more sex differences on personality tests.
Reason's Elizabeth Nolan Brown on libertarian feminism, how to encrypt your email, and more
Of course a pundit is trying to blame libertarianism. Look around: The problem's a lot larger than that.
And he wants to censor online porn, too.
The data should help dispel fears of a Trump-induced surge in American hate crimes.
Matt Welch interviews our resident conspiracist, plus Liz Mair on Jeff Flake and Nancy Rommelmann on "shitty media men," on Channel 121.
Two disturbing sex scandals underscore why a historic number of Americans want a major third party.
Zoe Katz comes forward to clear the name of her boyfriend, former USC football star Matt Boermeester.
The Midwest farmer's daughters are not alright.
University of Kentucky Takes Student Paper to Court Over Reporting on Sexual-Assault Complaints Against Professor
When does institutional protection of student-victim privacy cross the line into censorship?
Sexual Harassment and Sex-Based Discrimination Widespread at King County Sheriff's Office, Say Female Cops
Officers also say they were retaliated against for speaking up about the situation.
U.S. women are indicating that even if men's support for Trump is steady, they may spike the election out of his reach.
A decision forbidding gender stereotyping gets stretched by court rulings.
Is sexism driving away female engineers? Can this study possibly tell?
Teacher Could Face Charges for 'Contributing to Delinquency of Minor' Who Stole Her Phone and Distributed Nude Photos From It
School administrators say she should have password-protected the phone.
Smearing Bernie Sanders for no reason at all.
But attacks on political speech in the guise of preventing "harassment" will no doubt continue.
On Tuesday, the California tax board endorsed a measure to make menstrual products exempt from sales tax.
A young female lawmaker speaks out against making toplessness a crime and gets harassed by male colleagues on Facebook.
"America's largest civic experiment to close the gender wage gap" is launching in Boston. It won't work.