Articles by Jessica Abrahams
Jessica Abrahams / August 14, 2017
New breadth has made it harder to define a coherent feminism for the 21st century—but it has also made space for a greater diversity of voices and perspectives
"There are various ideas the UK might borrow from its neighbours in Europe"
This week, women around the world will protest the devaluation of their labour
In DC, demonstrations have been constant—but are they resistance for resistance’s sake?
Jessica Abrahams / February 14, 2017
An examination of the evidence that women tend to work below their level of competence
By age six, children associate intelligence more with men than with women. As the problem starts at the beginning, the solution must also
What journalists need to do now
Reports that it is are misleading. Here, Jessica Abrahams chats to three women who still face very real penalties
Women are scrutinised more than men—this hampers efforts to solve the problem
Jessica Abrahams / December 6, 2016
The term "beauty" has become more flexible—but that's just a first step