It’s been 50 years since the U.S. government acted to ensure equal educational opportunities for girls and women through Title IX.

 

On this week’s edition of the “Problematic Women” podcast, Gloria Taylor joins us to discuss her experience taking a drug that is sometimes used as a puberty blocker for minors: Lupron.

 

On this week’s “Problematic Women” podcast, we discuss the new documentary from The Daily Wire, “What Is a Woman?” We also review what’s behind the Biden administration’s baby formula shortage, which is still ongoing, and one of our co-hosts’ appearance at the Turning Point USA Young Women’s Leadership Summit. Finally, we’ll break down the Women’s Bill of Rights, a project of the Independent Women’s Forum, the recent winner of the Heritage Innovation Prize. Guest Hadley Heath Manning, vice president for policy at Independent Women’s Forum, joins us for the show.

And as always, we’ll be crowning our problematic woman of the week!

Up on today’s Problematic Women — Mattel has designed a first transgender Barbie. We tell you what you need to know.

 

Up on today’s Problematic Women — We take some time to look back and remember former school shootings, and pause to mourn with the people of Uvalde, Texas.

 

It’s against the law to intimidate a Supreme Court justice in an effort to persuade him or her to rule a certain way. But that hasn’t stopped some abortion activists from marching to the homes of the high court’s conservative justices to demand that Roe v. Wade stand.

 

Nothing is normal about the way the public learned this week that Roe v. Wade is likely to be overturned by the Supreme Court, but then again, nothing is normal about taking the life of an unborn child.

 

Feminists this year are celebrating the 50th anniversary of Title IX, the federal law prohibiting sex-based discrimination in any educational program that’s federally funded, either directly or indirectly.

 

Being a wife and mother while working full time is a lot. Add homeschooling to the mix? Now you have entered superhero status in our book.

 

On his first day in office in January 2021, President Joe Biden ended many of his predecessor’s policies to manage illegal immigration at America’s southern border. Biden brought a halt to former President Donald Trump’s construction of the border wall, and tens of thousands of migrants began crossing the border illegally.

 

On this edition of the “Problematic Women” podcast, we break down a new effort to defend the legal rights of women and girls.

A document from the Independent Women’s Network, “The Women’s Bill of Rights,” calls for legally defining basic sex-based terms that activists have manipulated in recent years to alter the common public meaning of the nation’s laws against discrimination.

On this week’s edition of the “Problematic Women” podcast, we break down the data behind women winning the biggest wage gains from the U.S. labor boom. We also discuss how, in some cities, women are not only closing the so-called gender pay gap, but now exceeding their male counterparts.

 

Why are leftists being so creepy lately? Planned Parenthood has an “ice cream truck” in Texas, but instead of frozen treats, it’s distributing condoms. Meanwhile, Florida lawmakers pass a bill prohibiting teachers from planned instruction about gender identity and sexual orientation to kindergartners through third grades … and liberals are mad about it. And over in New York City, even as most of the city is free to go without masks, toddlers are still being forced to wear them.

 

Abigail Martinez’s daughter Jaely was in high school when she started struggling with transgenderism. Her California school affirmed Jaely’s struggle with her gender ideology and supported her taking steps to transition.

 

More than ever, free speech is under attack on college campuses across America.

 

President Joe Biden began his State of the Union address recognizing the courage of Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy and the bravery of the Ukrainian people as Russia’s invasion advances.

 

Does life really begin at conception? Is there a moment in the womb when a fetus becomes human? Are there times when abortion is necessary?

Many of us have found ourselves asking these questions, but the answers can feel challenging to find.

When she was a little girl, Winsome Sears emigrated to America from Jamaica. Years later, she chose to serve in the U.S. Marine Corps because, she says, “America had always been good to my family and me.”

 

A recent article in Ms. magazine describes pregnancy as more like a disease than a natural part of a woman’s life.

 

Few authors have influenced society’s ideas about romance more than Jane Austen.