Public views about a woman president have changed
The New York Times offers the data to show how attitudes about electing a woman president have changed.
Women are still a minority of state legislators
The Banner Press employs CAWP data to show the proportions of women state legislators and suggests possible reasons for continuing underrepresentation.
Another big city elects a woman of color as mayor
The Texas Tribune tells the story of Ivy Taylor's surprise win.
Senator Gillibrand brings issues to the fore
Senator Kirsten Gillibrand of New York finds that passing legislation isn't the only way to get attention for a tough issue. A New York Magazine interview highlights actions she has taken, often crossing party lines to get support.
Men still fear women with public power
Norma Cook Everist, in HuffPost Politics, draws parallels between systemic sexism and systemic racism and suggests that national conversation is necessary on both fronts.