That kind of statement really feeds into the wingnut argument that women have abortions because they are frivolous about that decision, because we are having a bad hair dayAdvocates say Obama abortion stance muddy Jul 10, 2008
When women are paid less, they tend to get less at the next job and the next job after thatGender gap widens with higher salaries Jun 04, 2004
You see examples of a real resistance to increasing women's wagesGender gap widens with higher salaries Jun 04, 2004
There's no question the FDA seems to be responding in an unprecedented way to pressure from the implant industry and the plastic surgery industrySilicone implants may return to market Oct 10, 2003
Women and men across the United States will honor one of the most important Supreme Court decisions in our historyMarchers protest 30th Roe vs. Wade mark Jan 22, 2003
Kim Gandy (born January 25, 1954) is an American feminist and the president of the National Organization for Women (NOW).
Gandy was born in Bossier City in northwestern Louisiana to Alfred Kenneth Gandy and Roma R. Gandy (1927-1998), a native of Pennsylvania. Her father was an officer of the former Bossier Bank and Trust Company, an institution organized during the 1920s by her grandfather, W.A. Gandy. After Roma's death, A.K. Gandy married the former Shirley S. Lacobee (1925-2004) of Shreveport. Kim Gandy had a younger sister, who, like their mother, died of cancer.
Kim Gandy graduated from Louisiana Tech University in Ruston, the seat of Lincoln Parish, where she earned a bachelor of science degree in mathematics.