Molly Regan reflects on the shooting in Orlando and how it has her thinking about the amazing LGBT people in her life, who unfortunately must live in fear.
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Molly Regan argues that Brock Turner's swimming career is irrelevant when discussing his criminal behavior.
Molly Regan uses Julie Klausner's body shaming of Zendaya as a teaching moment to let the world know the correct way to talk about a woman's weight. (Hint: Just don't.)
Molly Regan defends Kim Kardashian in the face of criticism from Bette Midler, who attacked her for posting a nude photo on Twitter.
Molly Regan takes a look at the best ensembles from this years Academy Awards.
Molly Regan attempts to find the feminist silver lining in Kesha's court battle with Sony.
Molly Regan explains how Tom Colicchio from Top Chef and the Stonecutters episode of The Simpsons inspired her to make a life-altering decision.
Molly Regan offers this handy guide in response to Gloria Steniem, Madeleine Albright and any other feminist out there trying to shame women out of supporting Bernie Sanders.
Molly Regan explains why voting for Hillary Clinton doesn't automatically make you a feminist and voting for Bernie Sanders doesn't automatically make you a "Bernie Bro."
Molly Regan explains why the care and nuance Spotlight and Room use in depicting victims of sexual assault matters and why its so important that the Academy rewarded these films for doing so.