The coronavirus pandemic has changed the way we live, upended economic systems, and obliterated entire industries. Five historians reflect on what this all will mean once it’s documented in the history books.
In her new visual album 'Dirty Computer,' the shape-shifting artist celebrates the core of what it means to be a woman, and finds her true identity in the process.
The classic guide to sex and sexuality is going out of print at a time when women’s bodies are under attack. Will the disappearance of this resource lead to a public health crisis?
“The Rape of Recy Taylor” filmmaker Nancy Buirski tells the largely forgotten story of a survivor whose injustice sparked a movement—and should be taught for generations to come.
You’d be hard pressed to find a movie or TV show that doesn’t feature a cool guy with a gun. But does our pop-cultural obsession spill over to real life?
The comedian left a successful talk show to use her immense platform to help the cause she calls an "emergency": electing more women to public office, and ensuring that everyone votes.
Amid the sea of TV retreads, the remake of this political sitcom feels timely, urgent, and possibly therapeutic.
CVS made a bold move to banish retouched photos in its advertising, but it’ll take more than a few visible pores to remedy the problems that have been harming women for centuries.
The Golden Globes were awash in a sea of black dresses and tuxes. But aside from rousing speeches, especially from Oprah, is anything going to come of this?
The 'Today' show made history promoting the Emmy-winning journalist to co-anchor, with the first all-female team in the show’s 66 years. The network also reinforced history by paying her a fraction of Matt Lauer’s salary.