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Finally, we can move beyond the second-wave divisions, I thought. That was until I read Mercedes Schlapp and Mary Vought in USA Today and got enraged all over again. It was that same dumb argument that Schlafly had been shopping in the ’70s and ’80s: that the equal rights amendment would make women less protected under state laws and that the ERA violates the Constitution. First of all, I would think this goes without saying, but it’s factually impossible for a constitutional amendment to be unconstitutional since its purpose is to change the Constitution. And second all, what are they even talking about? The authors argue that the ERA would render other protections, like Title IX and alimony laws, ineffective by superseding them. (It’s a bit confusing how additional protection makes women less protected, but there you go.) They also argue that the 14th Amendment offers enough protection. (Tell that to the #MeToo movement or any number of social movements that still see room for progress.) The argument, essentially, is we don’t need it and it’s too late for it and it’s somehow bad for women—and this is just beyond silly, a bad-faith argument made in bad faith, as many conservative arguments are.
This episode from second-wave feminist history came to mind recently, as I mulled over a basic but incomprehensible fact: Women still don’t have the same rights as men under the United States Constitution. I know that seems unbelievable, but they don’t. In 1972, the United States Congress passed the Equal Rights Amendment to the Constitution, which enshrined the relatively uncontroversial idea that women should have the same rights as men. But because America is hopelessly backward, conservatives decided this notion was too radical and moved to derail the amendment’s ratification. Thirty-eight states needed to sign on in order for the amendment to become official; only 35 approved it in the end.By 1982, the amendment had stalled, and the deadline for its ratification had expired. Then in 2017, Nevada signed on, Illinois in 2018, and Virginia in 2020—the magic number (38, or three-quarters of the states) had been reached. This would mean, in theory, that the United States Constitution would finally say that women should have the same rights as men. There were some complications ahead, namely the fact that the deadline had passed and some states, like North Dakota, have rescinded their approval. But still, it felt like progress.
The ERA states an idea that should not be controversial: “Equality of rights under the law shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any state on account of sex.” The fact that we’re still arguing about this is sort of horrifying. But the ERA could theoretically pass. Of course that doesn’t mean it will. But, my God, we have a woman vice president—we should at the very least be protected under the Constitution.I recently got my second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, but—pessimist that I am—it’s hard for me to accept the fact that things might actually be on the brink of improving. Still, when I heard that Shakespeare in the Park would be returning this summer after a year’s hiatus, I allowed myself to think back on all the time I’d spent in Central Park, Popsicle-stained and sticky, complaining with my friends about the line for tickets while not so secretly enjoying the experience. Could that really be on the horizon once again?
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