In private and public spaces, design choices that ignore women put everyone at a disadvantage.
Insecure men try to silence women all the time, but Serena Williams and Kamala Harris are sending a strong message by holding their ground.
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.
In a year that gave us Lady Bird, Wonder Woman, and Mudbound, the Golden Globe nominations remind us that Hollywood refuses to concede its most treasured category to women: best director.
When the Los Angeles Review of Books included only one woman writer in its tech issue, the Internet responded with a glorious list of women writers we should all know.
Think we don't need feminism? Here’s a closer look at the ways women are far from equal to men.
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.
The writer thought she knew what to expect from a night at a male strip club. But what she got was so much more than the sum of its (well-chiseled) parts.
The ride-for-hire app company has a well-known women problem. But this PR ploy—to hire 1 million female drivers—might just be a road to nowhere.
Rule No. 1: Everyone is invited. Including guys. But this feminist writer—whose experience with gender inclusion yielded a lot of #notallmen mansplaining—is not sure how she feels about that.