Despite outrageous remarks, Donald Trump still retains a wide and loyal base of supporters. What’s his secret, and who are these sure voters? A feminist perspective on the US election.
Ahead of the 2020 election, the Latinx vote remained intriguing and unexpected. Orna Raz writes about the intricacy of the most complex, sophisticated, and perhaps most important electorate in US politics
Women are so easily belittled, even when, like Jill Biden, they’re the First Lady of the United States. She earned the right to use the title of Doctor, but using it is important for us, too: it is a demand that we, as women, take our rightful place.
In a criticized move that could have influenced the election, Trump fast-tracked Judge Amy Coney Barrett’s Supreme Court nomination. Meanwhile, her conservative stances raise concerns among American women in the post RBG era.
Last July, in a desperate attempt to create a lead, Trump addressed suburban women directly, in the same way Nixon did in the 1960: a threat to their homes. But his threats lost contact not only with reality, but also with voters. A feminist perspective on the US presidential election.
For the first time in US history, a black woman holds the office of Vice-President. Everything you need to know about Kamala Harris.