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.
Mass Shootings; Arianna Huffington's Thrive; Maya AngelouBecoming Papa: Fathers Key to Gender JusticeJill Abramson; GOP Women; Women's History MuseumNigerian Schoolgirls; Teen Pregnancy Lows; InfertilitySexual Assault; Feminist Men; Girls Abducted; Child SlaveryThe Drying of America: Too Many People, Too Little WaterConfidence Gap; Sex Assault Normalized; Jesus FeministSebelius Resigns; Women Voters; At-Home-Moms; Women VeteransEqual Pay Day 2014Equal Pay Study; Campaign Finance; Modern TechnologyCarter & Religion; Marriage & Divorce; Cindy ChupackContraception Cases; Ban Bossy; Congresswomen & LeadershipWomen In Media; Sochi Olympic Courses; Mountain Top RemovalWendy Davis; Women-Owned Businesses; Jane PauleySochi Olympics & LGBT; Vatican vs. United Nations; EEOCUnwed Mothers; Feminist Infighting; Spelman CollegeObama vs. Sexual Assault; Divorce & Religion; Gimme ShelterUN Scrutinizes Vatican, "Viagra For Women", Pollution LeakShriver Report & Poverty, Online Misogyny, AgeismWomen CEOs; Feminist Advertising; PastrixContraception Mandate; Parental Custody Laws; Jezebel.com
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