With the announcement of Eric Holder’s departure as attorney general has come the inevitable speculation over who his replacement might be. Much of that speculation is credibly pointing toward a female candidate.
If we can’t trust women to take care of their most critical health needs, how are we even trusting them to be in public and function in society? They must be so irrational, frail, and unintelligent—how do we even allow them outside the home?
Despite some progress in electing women, too few women legislators are getting elected, and India’s Parliament remains dominated by men.
I applaud Sebelius for considering the needs of pregnant women in Kansas.
Women have reasons to come out in droves for Kenya’s upcoming presidential and parliamentary elections.