To The Contrary

November 16, 2012

Panelists discuss how the newly elected women will change things in the next Congress. Then, a new UN report says access to contraception could boost the world's economy by billions of dollars. Behind the Headlines. Marianne Williamson on changing the way women talk about politics.
  • Sebelius Resigns; Women Voters; At-Home-Moms; Women Veterans
  • Equal Pay Day 2014
  • Equal Pay Study; Campaign Finance; Modern Technology
  • Carter & Religion; Marriage & Divorce; Cindy Chupack
  • Contraception Cases; Ban Bossy; Congresswomen & Leadership
  • Women In Media; Sochi Olympic Courses; Mountain Top Removal
  • Wendy Davis; Women-Owned Businesses; Jane Pauley
  • Sochi Olympics & LGBT; Vatican vs. United Nations; EEOC
  • Unwed Mothers; Feminist Infighting; Spelman College
  • Obama vs. Sexual Assault; Divorce & Religion; Gimme Shelter
  • UN Scrutinizes Vatican, "Viagra For Women", Pollution Leak
  • Shriver Report & Poverty, Online Misogyny, Ageism
  • Women CEOs; Feminist Advertising; Pastrix
  • Contraception Mandate; Parental Custody Laws; Jezebel.com
  • Men & Aggression; The Cheneys & Gay Marriage; Child Brides
  • Obamacare & Abortion Rights, First Lady, EDGE Certification
  • Sex Trafficking; Women Recruits; Gillibrand's FAMILY Act
  • Rape On Campus; Defining Success; An American Bride In Kabul
  • Mother vs. Fetus; UN Women Ad; Gov. Mary Fallin
  • Female Senators & Shutdown; Yellen Effect; Sen. Hutchison
  • The Welcoming Movement
  • Decriminalizing Prostitution; GOP & Shutdown; Wonder Women
  • Catholic Church; An Unquenchable Thirst; Donor Gap
  • The Pope, Gays & Women; UN General Assembly; Wadjda

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