An unofficial Hillary Clinton campaign party in Brooklyn over the weekend gave Clinton supporters a rare opportunity to express support for the candidate in public without fear of being criticized by friends, family members and Bernie bros.
All 11th grade high school students in Sweden are being given Nigerian author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s book “We Should All Be Feminists.”…
By Wendy Thomas Russell
Should I let my 9-year-old daughter wear a bikini? On the one hand, I wanted to support my kid’s choice of clothing. I certainly didn’t want to make her self-conscious about her body, not when puberty was around the corner.
By Gwen Ifill
Here’s a quiz: when you think of Civil War heroes, can you name a single woman? Unlikely. But in a new book, journalist Coke Roberts proves that women were not invisible during the War Between the States. What these women…
By Corinne Segal
TIME has apologized for including the word “feminist” in a poll asking "Which Word Should Be Banned in 2015?" Published on Nov 12, the poll drew widespread criticism online.
By Tracy Wholf
Wikipedia has come under scrutiny over a lack of female representation and participation on the website. To combat this trend, Adrianne Wadewitz was a dedicated "Wikipedian," who wrote and edited content on Wikipedia as one of the nearly 75,000 active…
Gloria Steinem: Women Can't 'Have It All' Until There's Equality…
Some Saudi Arabian women coordinated through social media to get behind the wheel Friday in protest of a religious ban on them driving legally. Judy Woodruff reports on the women who risked arrest to fight for new rights.
Gwen Ifill remembers civil rights activist Dr. Dorothy Height, who was a leader in both the African-American and women's rights movements. She died Tuesday at age 98.
When the editors at Autumn House Press in Pittsburgh started looking around at various anthologies of contemporary poetry, they noticed most of the general collections still featured more male bards than female.
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