We must at last rid society of the notion that men have to be in charge and women have to obey, even when they are being brutalized.
Caryl Rivers is a nationally known author, journalist, media critic and professor of journalism at Boston University. She is the co author, with Dr. Rosalind Barnett, of The New Soft War on Women: How the Myth of Female Ascendance is Hurting Women, Men — and Our Economy.
Latest by Caryl Rivers
No, it’s just that some writers seem to enjoy citing junky social science to keep women in their place.
Sweeping media coverage of a few female CEOs distracts us from how few women are advancing in corporate America.
We’d like to believe that the workplace is fair. But it isn’t. An excerpt from a new book by Caryl Rivers and Rosalind Barnett.
Of course she shouldn’t have said it — but don’t we have bigger fish to fry?
Caryl Rivers’ brother – like so many others — never recovered. The selection of a new pope presents a rare opportunity for the Church to try to cleanse itself.
If Betty Friedan was still alive, she would be thrilled to see all the progress we’ve made — but similarly discouraged by how much more there is to overcome.
Every political pundit from here to Timbuktu says the Republican Party needs to evolve – or else. I agree. But it wasn’t always this way. What happened to conservatism in America?
Despite decades of data and discussion, female hormones continue to be an enduring subject for debate. Election 2012 is no exception.
Thanks to the likes of Lady Gaga and “Fifty Shades of Grey,” S&M is making a comeback — but at what cost? Caryl Rivers examines the effects.