The Washington Post's Felicia Sonmez was sidelined from reporting stories on sexual assault because she disclosed she was a survivor. But doesn't journalism benefit from those who understand the real-life stakes of the issues they cover?
The last thing a person giving birth should have to worry about is being violated or abused by a medical practitioner. And yet, it’s more common than you think.
"You should smile more" isn't just an annoying catcall; it's a social demand. If women fail to comply, the consequences can be brutal.
The medical community has a gender bias, putting women at a disadvantage when they’re literally screaming for help.
How is it that the magazine that helped grow the #MeToo movement is failing to represent women and people of color in its pages, and especially on staff?
Republicans have proven that they will put party over victims' rights, but only if those victims are women.
Two-week-long suspensions for minor dress-code violations have set Black girls up for a life of punishment. Why don't we hear more about this in school-to-prison pipeline debates?
The big box store will no longer separate products by “boys” and “girls.” But there are more than a few shoppers who believe gender stereotypes should not be toyed with
As an author, Jezebel’s Catherine Nichols discovered that having a woman's name closes doors before they open. This writer knows the far reach of this effect—and offers a solution.
As this mother knows, the language we use to reinforce rape culture doesn’t start with adulthood, it goes all the way back to the womb.