The writer spent her life working with children, and longing for her own. So when she finally did become a mother, she was shocked by how uneasy she felt.
The writer was terrified by her dark fantasies of fleeing from Nazis with her Jewish family. But what disturbed her even more was learning that she wasn’t alone in her paranoia.
In her documentary, 'Roll Red Roll,' about the 2012 Steubenville high-school gang rape, filmmaker Nancy Schwartzman reveals that we still don’t know how to talk to kids about consent....
Standing up for another woman is an act that serves all women. But sometimes the most meaningful consequence is a new bond that can last a lifetime.
Middle-aged women are among the most educated, confident, and self-sufficient today. So why is it so hard to find a healthy, enduring romantic relationship?
Our relationships with women are sources of strength, our way to learn about one another and ourselves. But how much difference should test our bonds?
Not all domestic violence is physical, and sometimes it takes years to recognize it for what it is.
In this deeply poignant essay, the award-winning novelist-memoirist perfectly evokes that gutting feeling when your best friend knows it's time to go before you're ready to accept it.
Often erased from the activist movements they started, Black women are calling out attempts to silence them, and fueling the #resistance by being each other’s best allies.
How do we maintain strong connections with other women when our lives have changed so drastically?
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