Abortion has been legal for 47 years, but films and TV habitually skirt the issue. Two new projects propose a new subgenre: the abortion road trip.
With the distressing realities of politics, the spread of Covid-19, and a halt to life as we knew it, there’s comfort in political dramas, if only for an hour at a time.
Culture has consistently litigated women's desire to the point of spectacle. But it's really not that complicated.
Power-hungry, conniving, and vindictive female characters don’t necessarily make for rich storytelling, especially when that rage serves no purpose.
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?
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.