It’s OK to not be OK.
Four very different experiences show exactly why you can’t legislate women’s health care choices.
Alhough the advancement of women’s rights and equality since 1971 is absolutely worth celebrating, it’s just as important to recognize the ways in which women are still unequal to men.
“Women and girls are less likely to get an education, more likely to be impoverished, and face greater risk of disease and poor health.”
“Choose domestic violence as a men’s issue, too.”
A stunning new slam poem, “Mom,” by Alyesha Wise and Aman Batra explores the complicated relationship between mother and daughter ― and what feminist motherhood can actually look like.
In a one-on-one interview, the ‘Birth of a Nation’ star gets candid about rape culture and shares what he’d tell his 19-year-old self about consent.
Racism in the workplace: What you can do to protect your white employees from hearing about it.
To live a feminist life is to be a feminist at work.
Stories like this might be inspiring; but they are also relatively rare. According to the World Economic Forum’s Future of Jobs report, the proportion of women in positions of power dwindles all the way to the top: only around one …