Women’s Rights

Mad Men Is Ending – But What’s Changed Since The ’60s?

Get ready for the final episodes of Mad Men, one of TV’s hottest dramas of all time. The show has given us eight years of Peggy’s ascent, Don’s downward existential spiral and some of the most memorable advertising campaigns. But how much has actually changed since the 1960s and 1970s era of Mad Men?


Facebook, Apple Offer To Freeze Female Employee Eggs: Should Women Rejoice?

Apple says it will join Facebook in covering egg freezing for women on their health insurance plans. This gives women the chance to have children later in life with younger eggs. Does this level the playing field for career-oriented women who eventually want families, or just pressure working women to delay motherhood?

Mixed Reaction Follows Supreme Court’s Hobby Lobby Decision

How are people reacting on social media after the US Supreme Court ruled in favor of Hobby Lobby arguing that religious freedom would be violated if the employer was forced to pay for certain forms of contraception under the Affordable Care Act (aka Obamacare)? AJ+ breaks it down on this Hashtag segment.