Why do we only care about sexual harassment when it happens to famous women?
Ninety percent of women in the restaurant industry have reported some form of abuse in the workplace. This is their story.
The “Shitty Media Men” list, explained
How the argument over an anonymous spreadsheet encapsulates the debates of the post-Weinstein era.
Most Americans see online threats as harassment
They’re less sure whether platforms should get involved.
“Trust Black women” tells Black women you didn’t trust us before
The default is skepticism.
“Feminism” is Merriam-Webster’s word of the year. It’s about damn time.
With 2017 bookended by the Women’s March and #MeToo, the choice only makes sense.
Why are there so few monuments dedicated to women?
American history does not give women equal representation, and that’s reflected in our statues
Women are cheating more than ever before. Is this progress we should be celebrating?
Closing the "infidelity gap" is an unexpected turn on the path to equality
These are the industries with the most reported sexual harassment claims
Most just don’t make the headlines.
What Do We Really Mean When We Say Something Is ‘Flattering’?
Often, the word "flattering" simply boils down to camouflaging your body’s flaws.