A bunch of politically powerful women got on a bold purple bus and hit the road to rouse their sisterhood in advance of the midterm elections.
America has an unsexy, complicated relationship with birth control.
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“The most important federal law for the [lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender] community in American history would leave too many jobs, and too many LGBT workers, without protection.”
“Beyonce is known as many things: singer, songwriter, actress, performer, mother, wife, and now, according to Forbes, the most powerful entertainer working today – but still, few take her seriously as a political figure or object of intellectual curiosity.”
“When I began this book, shortly after leaving the State Department, I considered a number of titles. Helpfully, the Washington Post asked its readers to send in suggestions. One proposed ‘It Takes a World,’; a fitting sequel to It Takes a Village. My favorite was ‘The Scrunchie Chronicles: 112 Countries and It’s Still All about My Hair.’”