A video that went viral on Twitter shows a mother complaining to her school district leaders about her daughter being given a "pornographic" reading assignment.
"The Handmaid's Tale" author Margaret Atwood received backlash for sharing an article which some deemed "transphobic" but she has clarified her stance online.
"I'm nonbinary. I also menstruate and gave birth to 3 kids. Saying 'people with periods' includes women AND me," responded author Amanda Jetté Knox.
We dissect the phrase "nolite te bastardes carborundorum" from the Hulu series and reveal its significance to the wider story
"You become a writer by writing. There is no other way. So do it, do it more, do it better. Fail, fail better." - Margaret Atwood
"Everyone loves a good witch hunt…apparently today we are their witch," Shawn Van Daele, the wedding photographer, told Newsweek.
Like its predecessor, Margaret Atwood turns real-life issues into literary prose.
The Canadian author's hotly anticipated sequel to 'The Handmaid's Tale' comes out on Tuesday, September 10.
'The Handmaid's Tale' Season 3 trailer dropped Wednesday morning, and fans are anxiously waiting to see if Serena will officially join the resistance.
The upcoming sequel will be partly inspired by "the world we've been living," Atwood has said.
The conservative commentator claims there was a hidden subtext in the Aunt Lydia joke.
"I'm a consultant, but that doesn't mean I have veto power."
"People said that at the time—that's not an original quote from me."
"The only difference is, in 'Star Wars,' they get away," she said.
For one thing, Tony Award-winning actress Cherry Jones will play Offred's feminist mother.
"There are still so many issues that women face in society that get covered up or go un-talked about," she said.
In Ohio and D.C., women protested anti-choice bills in outfits inspired by the dystopian novel The Handmaid's Tale.
The highly-anticipated original series, based on Margaret Atwood's 1985 dystopian novel, is due out April 26.
The 1985 novel details a theocratic dictatorship in the U.S. where women are forced to bear children for the ruling class.
The Future Library project will collect a story a year until 2114, when they will all be published.