Jude Ellison Sady Doyle is an In These Times contributing writer. They are the author of Trainwreck: The Women We Love to Hate, Mock, and Fear… and Why (Melville House, 2016) and was the founder of the blog Tiger Beatdown. You can follow them on Twitter at @sadydoyle.

Doyle, who graduated from Eugene Lang College in 2005, has been writing about feminism, culture and media since 2008 at Tiger Beatdown and in articles for Salon, Bitch, Rookie, The Atlantic, Global Comment, The Guardian‘s Comment Is Free and The American Prospect, among other places. She’s the winner of the first Women’s Media Center Social Media Award. She’s interested in women in pop culture, women creating pop culture, reproductive rights, and women’s relationship to the Internet and the Left.

Viewpoint
Feminists and Immigrants
Why don't many women's rights advocates see attacks on immigrants as part of their struggle?
Feature
The Ascendance of Elizabeth Warren
Understanding the woman behind the hype.
Feature
The Bright Side of the War on Women
By making bigotry so visible, GOP extremism may have awakened the nation's feminist conscience.
Viewpoint
Utah’s New Abortion Waiting Game
The state's new mandatory 72-hour waiting period for an abortion is condescending, costly and just as insidious as other restrictions.
Feature
What Rush Has Wrought
And why it's good news for feminism.
Feature
United Citizens vs. Citizens United
Two years after the infamous ruling, support builds for a constitutional amendment.
Dispatch
The War on Contraception Goes Mainstream
The Catholic Church's fight with the White House makes an extreme stance seem reasonable.
Feature
All You Need (to Protest) Is Love
Occupy V-Day wants you to challenge corporate conceptions of romance.
Feature
Farewell to Our Feminist-in-Chief
America's top diplomat and former First Lady rewrote the rules on what women can be in America.
Dispatch
The World According to Newt
What the 'open marriage' scandal tells us about Americans' real values.
Feature
The Anti-Lady Laws of 2012
An ALEC affiliate crafts model legislation to deny women their reproductive rights.
Feature
Curing the First Lady Syndrome
A new book on the Obamas' marriage just might bring Michelle out of her shell.
Viewpoint
The Susan B. Anthony List’s Situational Feminism
The organization's model legislation makes clear it is more interested in ending abortion than helping women.
Dispatch
Turning the Page on Page 3 Girls
Feminist groups want to rid U.K. media of sexism. Easier said than done.
Culture
What to Do About the Nanny?
Behind the female literati's neglect of its working-class sisters.
Feature
Fighting Sexual Assault, One Tweet at a Time
In 2011, activists harnessed the Internet to make visible everyday violence that too often goes unreported.
Viewpoint
The Lowlights of 2011’s ‘War on Women’
With a new Congress in office, battles over reproductive healthcare access came back with a vengeance.
Culture
Siri and the High-Tech Gender Gap
The bad habits of the iPhone 4's voice are a reminder: America's tech developers are overwhelmingly male.
Culture
Introducing: Lady Loser Comedy
A new feminist genre gives women a chance to be crass, pathetic and hilarious.
Feature
Learning to Protest Together
At Occupy Columbus, four very different citizens try to tolerate very close quarters.
Feature
New Eden, Old Devils
Occupy sites haven't yet transcended America's divisions—but voices of the whole 99% are becoming more audible.
Culture
The Girl’s Guide to Staying Safe Online
It's still dangerous out there for feminist bloggers. Here's how to deal with sexist trolls.
Culture
A Predictable Script: Cain, Thomas and Sexual Harassment
Calm and teacherly, the GOP candidate lets his associates do the dirty work.
Culture
Why Are Youngsters Afraid of the Word ‘Feminist’?
Answer: Young women (and men) are too busy fighting sexism.
Culture
In Search of ‘Reproductive Justice’
Outraged and energized by aggressive anti-abortion legislation in 2011, feminist activists look to re-frame the debate.
Feature
Twenty Years Ago, Today
Anita Hill's testimony sparked the feminist climate of the 1990s. Now it's time to talk about women and class.
Feature
A Brave New World
Occupy Wall Street isn't perfect, but protesters' efforts to bridge America's normal divides are remarkable.
Feature
SlutWalk NYC: Real Empowerment, Corsets and All
The SlutWalk movement is not the future of feminism. That doesn't mean it's not important.
Viewpoint
Naffissatou Diallo’s Ugly Choice
Feature
Protect the Right to Choose
A barrage of legislation aims to circumvent the fact that abortion is legal.
Interview
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