Includes bibliographical references (p. 218-220) and index.
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What is the state of feminism in the twenty-first century? Feminism is overlooked but should be championed / Emma John
Feminism is irrelevant in the twenty-first century / Christina Hoff Sommers
Lift ans separate : why is feminism still so divisive? / Ariel Levy
Feminism is being distorted and destroyed by conservative Christians / Nancy Harder
Feminism should expand and emphasize social justice rather than gender politics / Jessica Valenti
Feminism should be replaced by an inclusive movement promoting women's causes / Amy Siskind
How have recent political contests impacted American feminism? The prominence of women candidates has permanently altered American politics and feminism / Rebecca Traister, interviewed by Marjorie Kehe
Women's rights are compromised when female candidates reject feminism / Lisa Solod
There is a feminist bias for gender advancement over racial equality / Meredith Tax
The feminist reawakening / Amanda Fortini
The Tea Party's alternative brand of feminism engages women / Hanna Rosin
Conservative feminists' impact on American politics is questionable / Sophie Elmhirst
What role does religion play in feminism? Islamic feminism promotes gender equality and religious identity / Amina Wadud
Western feminism ignores the abuse of women under Islamic law / Caroline B. Glick
Traditional evangelical Christian doctrine advocates gender equality and social justice / Mimi Haddad
Fundamentalist Christian patriarchy endangers women and children / Kathryn Joyce
Christian dogma obstructs the self-determination of African American women / Sikivu Hutchinson
Feminism disparages and contradicts Orthodox Judaism's roles for women / Harry Maryles
Feminism and Orthodox Judaism are compatible / Kevin D. Grant
How are sexuality and reproductive rights affected by feminism? Feminism should promote reproductive justice as a human rights issue / S.E. Smith
Feminists for Life fails to support women's rights and interests / Eleanor J. Bader
Young women embrace Feminists for Life's antiabortion agenda as empowering / Colleen Carroll Campbell
SlutWalks discourage sexual violence by demanding sexual freedom / Germaine Greer
SlutWalks demean women and encourage sexual objectification / Kirsten Powers.
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