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Kylie Cheung


San Francisco Bay Area, CA, United States

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Past articles by Kylie:

Can You Be Charged With a Crime For Miscarrying?

Each of these women faced criminal charges after they say they had a miscarriage or stillbirth — experiences that are often traumatic in their own right. → Read More

What Does Reproductive Justice Mean?

On June 26 and 27, Democratic presidential candidates vied for attention in their crowded field at the first presidential debates in Miami — and → Read More

What Was the Jane Collective Abortion Network?

In 1973, the landmark Supreme Court decision Roe v. Wade made abortion legal on the federal level — and it's been legal, if not conveniently accessible, → Read More

Georgia Anti-Abortion Law May 2019

When the dangerous, draconian "fetal heartbeat" abortion ban passed Georgia's state legislature in April, activists, corporations, and Hollywood → Read More

Sansa and Sexual Violence on Game of Thrones Essay

Sunday night's episode of Game of Thrones was as much an emotional roller coaster as we expected with now just two installments of the series remaining. But → Read More

Joe Biden Inappropriate Touching Op-Ed

Former Vice President Joe Biden gave his first public speech since two women came forward to claim he touched them inappropriately on April 5. Contrary to his → Read More

Pro-Choice Candidates in the 2020 Presidential Election

In March, four state legislatures advanced a litany of dangerous antiabortion laws all on the same day. In the following weeks, Georgia's state legislature → Read More

What is the Equal Rights Amendment?

Marchers support the ERA at the annual Pride parade in San Francisco in 2017. Photo credit: Elijah Nouvelage / Getty Images. As we celebrate Women's History → Read More

Op-Ed on Bernie Sanders's 2020 Campaign and Sexism

There's a lot at stake in the 2020 presidential election — and who knows this better than American women, who are so often targeted by the Trump → Read More

Pros and Cons of Dating Outside Your Political Party

A couple months before the 2016 presidential election, I came across a study that revealed that just nine percent of Republicans and eight percent of Democrats → Read More

Women Running For President in 2020 Op-Ed

You don't have to be a political scientist to see there's something unique about the field of 2020 Democratic presidential candidates: three major candidates → Read More

How Many Women Are in Congress in 2019?

With the 116th Congress and its historic numbers of women now officially sworn into office, it's important to recall the second Year of the Woman is more than → Read More

The human rights of marginalized groups are more than just “identity politics”

Last month, Senator Bernie Sanders spoke in a notably all-white panel at a Sanders Institute conference, and reiterated a frequent talking point of his, as well as many in his sect of often white, male progressive thinkers who reject what they call “identity politics” and “social issues.” ... → Read More

Is Ivanka Trump a Feminist Op-Ed

On Nov. 29, Ivanka Trump had the audacity to write an op-ed in The Washington Post commending the president's efforts to combat global human trafficking. → Read More

Proposed Title IX Changes Favor Accused Rapists and Harm Survivors

Last week, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos released long-awaited proposed Title IX policy changes. The policy proposals came after more than a year of promises to strengthen the rights of students accused of sexual violence on college campuses, and DeVos certainly did not disappoint the Trump administration’s growing ... → Read More

What Is Title IX?

On Nov. 16, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos announced proposed changes to Title IX policy meant to bolster the rights of male students accused of sexual → Read More

Women Who Won in the 2018 Midterms

The midterm elections on Tuesday, Nov. 6, were nothing short of historic. We saw Democrats reclaim control of the House for the first time in eight years, and → Read More

Let’s channel the power of #MeToo to the polls today

The past year has seen mounting consciousness of issues of violence, harassment and targeted abuse of women due to the #MeToo movement, which has led to accountability for several powerful men accused of abusing women, and greater awareness of women’s day-to-day experiences. And yet, as alleged sexual abuser Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation to ... → Read More

How Gaslighting Is Killing Women

The adage “believe women” isn’t just about sexual assault: It’s about women’s condition, experiences, and the broad subversion of our voices within the patriarchy. → Read More

Op-Ed on Online Harassment and Pittsburgh Synagogue Attack

Alarming episodes of violence from the past week, from the mailing of suspicious packages to multiple Democratic leaders to Saturday's tragic mass shooting at → Read More