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Ayn Rand at 100 (March 2005)
Loved, hated, and always controversial, the best-selling author of The Fountainhead and Atlas Shrugged is more relevant than ever.


What Women Want (July 2001)
Feminism seeks new adherents-and old goals. Reviews of: Manifesta: Young Women, Feminism, and the Future, by Jennifer Baumgardner and Amy Richards; Sex & Power, by Susan Estrich Flux: Women on Sex, Work, Love, Kids, and Life in a Half-Changed World, by Peggy Orenstein.


God Talk (January 2001)
The First Amendment vs. freedom of speech.


Where the Boys Are (February 2001)
Is America shortchanging male children?


The Mommy Wars (July 2000)
Why feminists and conservatives just don't get modern motherhood.


The Man Question (March 2000)
Reviews of Stiffed: The Betrayal of the American Male, by Susan Faludi, and Women Can't Hear What Men Don't Say, by Warren Farrell
Reason, March 2000


Hear Her Roar (August-September 1999)
Review of Feminist Interpretations of Ayn Rand


Sex & Sensibility (March 1999)
The first victim of the gender wars is common sense.


Bad Will Toward Men (February 1999)
Review of Heterophobia: Sexual Harassment and the Future of Feminism, by Daphne Patai.


Groping Toward Sanity (August-September 1998)
Why the Clinton sex scandals are changing the way we discuss sexual harassment.


Women on the Verge (April 1998)
Feminist and anti-feminist follies. Review of Speaking of Sex by Deborah Rhode and Domestic Tranquility by F. Carolyn Graglia.


Domestic Violations (February 1998)
The war against spouse abuse runs roughshod over rights and common sense.


Lipstick Traces (July 1997)
The Lipstick Proviso: Women, Sex & Power in the Real World, by Karen Lehrman.


Man Troubles (July 1994)
Is the men's movement merely feminism with a scratchy face?


Scattered Opposition (March 1993)
Division among Russia's reformers.


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What We Owe Xena
(September 15, 2005)
Ten years ago the Warrior Princess stormed the small screen, leading the way for the "girl power" that followed.


How much should we know about the sex life of Kobe Bryant's accuser? (March 26, 2004)
Rape shield laws were created to protect victims from having their sex lives used against them in court. But where's the line between protections for victims and the constitutional rights of defendants?


Secrets and lies (May 3, 2001)
The most pernicious thing about racial preferences is the culture of concealment that they spawn.


Sex and science (April 12, 2001)
Are women discriminated against in the lab? Or are gender imbalances due to intellectual differences?


One good reason to vote for Bush (October 27, 2000)
Social Security is on its last legs, and the limited privatization backed by the GOP candidate can save it. But Al Gore won't even admit there's a problem.


A Man's right to choose (October 19, 2000)
Is it fair that women have reproductive rights while men have reproductive responsibilities?


Dr. Bad News (October 3, 2000)
After conducting a massive 25-year study, Judith Wallerstein concludes that children of divorce are hit hardest after they grow up.


Medical gender wars (September 20, 2000)
First came the whining feminists. Next, the inevitable male backlash. Health research has become a casualty of the battle between the sexes.


They're no angels (August 26, 2000)
Is women's basketball a kinder, gentler game? The WNBA shows that women aren't nicer than men -- but they aren't better, either.


The anti-child revolt (July 31, 2000)
You people make me sick.


Team players or tolls of the patriarchy (July 7, 2000)
Women often are supplying the muscle behind the fathers' rights movement.


It's payback time (June 21, 2001)
In "The War Against Boys," author Christina Hoff Sommers claims that unfair programs to empower girls have taken a toll on boys.


The mama lion at the gate (June 12, 2000)
Maternal chauvinism is a dad's greatest obstacle to parental parity.


Sexism and the death chamber (May 4, 2000)
Chivalry lives when a woman must die.


Why Elian should stay in the U.S. (March 24, 2000)
Growing up as "state property" in the Soviet Union convinced me that freedom is as crucial as a father's love.


When liberals lie about guns (March 13, 2000)
Zealots are polarizing the debate over how to stop violent crime -- and whether firearms can help.


Out with the old and in with the new (January 21, 2000)
Feminism of every stripe has failed. It's time for a gender equality movement.


Hitting below the belt (October 25, 1999)
Easy to get, hellish to deal with, restraining orders have become the ultimate weapon in domestic disputes.


Where the boys are (July 10, 1999)
The rise in popularity of women's sports highlights paradoxical intersections between athletics andfeminism.


Who says women never lie about rape? (March 10, 1999)
The "believe the woman" zealotry promoted by Juanita Broaddrick's defenders is bad for feminism.


What Do Women Want? (October 6, 1998)
Cathy Young reviews 'What Do Women Want?' by Erica Jong.


Rumble In the Outhouse (March 3, 1997)
The battle over "Larry Flynt" gets smellier and smellier.The opponents in the debate over Milos Forman's film deserve each other.


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Ill-considered (March 19, 2001)
The men's rights movement takes on the NIH.


Victimizers (April 12, 1999)
Conservative confusion on feminism.


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The Pathfinder: Review of: BETTY FRIEDAN: Her Life (May 1999)
Book review.


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Harassment Hypocrites (November 9, 1998)
Sexual-harassment law has new-found friends.


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