Students’ push to welcome trans men and nonbinary students remains at odds with Wellesley’s policy of admitting applicants who identify as women.
Posts by Kate Brennan
Michelle Yeoh and Jamie Lee Curtis Defy Ageism at This Year’s Oscars
In her acceptance speech for Best Actress, 60-year-old Yeoh delivers a simple but powerful message for all the women in the audience.
All the Single Ladies Should Be Really Fed up With the Wage Gap
It’s not 1900 anymore (when just 7% of women were unmarried). Despite the record number of single women today, the dollars don’t add up. What gives?
10 Leadership Quotes from the Most Accomplished Women in Business
In honor of International Women’s Day, we share inspiring words from female CEOs on what it takes to blaze trails.
Karol G Makes Latin Music History With New No. 1 Album
The Colombian-born singer’s new release is now the first album by a woman artist entirely in Spanish to ever top the Billboard 200.
UN Reaches Historic Agreement on Ocean Protection – With Jane Fonda’s Help
The actor and activist, who has spent four years campaigning to protect marine life, urged negotiators to “please deliver” on the High Seas Treaty.
SZA, Billboard’s Woman of the Year, on the Power of ‘Yes’
The chart-topping R&B singer delivered an empowering speech at the 2023 Billboard Women in Music Awards.
In an Obama Campaign Vet, Italy’s Democratic Party Finds First Woman Leader
Elly Schlein’s surprising victory has been attributed to women and youth voters who support her progressive agenda.
Moms Demand Action Founder: ‘Women Are the Secret Sauce to Organizing’
After a decade of standing up to the gun lobby, Moms Demand Action founder Shannon Watts announced she’ll be stepping down from the helm at the end of this year.
One Year After the Russian Invasion, Here Are 7 Charities Providing Aid to Ukrainians
Now a whole year into this brutal war, Ukrainians are still in need of basic necessities like food, shelter, medicine and fuel.
The ‘Great Breakup’: Why Women Leaders Are Stepping Down in Record Numbers
As some of the most powerful women in business and politics resign their posts, experts point to burnout and inequity as reasons for their departures.
Meanwhile, In Spain: Abortion Access, Trans Rights and Menstrual Leave
New legislation is slowly transforming the traditionally Catholic country into one of the most progressive nations in Europe.
New Campaign Aims to End Racial Hair Discrimination in the Workplace
Dove and LinkedIn joined forces to launch the #BlackHairIsProfessional campaign, in support of legislation to end hair discrimination.
How She Raised $1.3 Million in Funding for Her Femtech Activewear Startup
Mitchella Gilbert of Oya Femtech Apparel is one of just 200 Black women to raise over $1 million in venture capital — and she says she’s only just begun.
Dianne Feinstein’s Retirement Clears Path for an Open Primary Battle
The changing of the guard is already underway, with candidates Katie Porter and Adam Schiff announcing their bids.