Originally from North Carolina, Natalie graduated from Duke University in 2012 with degrees in Political Science, History, and French. She now works at a pro-choice non-profit organization in Washington, D.C. My articles reflect my own views only.
Texas' New Voter ID Laws May Roll Back Women's Voting Rights
Don't Think Abortion is Under Attack?
Millennials Are Tackling Climate Change — So Why Haven't Boomers Noticed?
Meet the Religious Fundamentalists Playing a Dangerous Game With Your Health
Unlike Maureen Dowd, This Young Feminist Doesn't Think Men Are Obsolete
'The Newsroom' Doesn't Have a Woman Problem
Feminism's Biggest Challenge: What the Heck Is Feminism?
3 Women’s Issue Stories I’m Tired Of Reading
Democrats Claire McCaskill and Kirstin Gillibrand Clash Over Sexual Assault in the Military
What is ENDA, and Why Does It Matter?
Meet the New Union Members: Fast Food Workers and Car Washers
8 Things You Never Knew About Betsy Ross
Wendy Davis Filibuster: "People’s Filibuster" Kills Texas Anti-Abortion Bill
Obama Plan B: Ruling Against Pill Age Restrictions Sparks Criticism From Laura Ingraham
Immigration Reform 2013: Once Again, Republicans Miss the Memo
Mississippi Governor: Blame Working Moms For America's Failing Education System
Can Radical Islam Be Cured By Science?
Does Facebook "Like" Women?