Sober bars and pop-ups in New York City point to a nationwide trend of sober-curiosity – and women are leading the charge.
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4 Ways to Actually Support LGBTQ Workers
Pride-themed merchandise isn’t a bad start — provided it stays on your shelves. But truly lifting up the LGBTQ community is a year-round act.
Paid Leave and Childcare Aren’t Figuring Big in 2024 Discourse – But They Should
American families are feeling strained without social safety nets to assist, yet candidates’ eyes are elsewhere. How, then, do we achieve federal-level relief?
The Compelling, Complex and Wholly Incomparable Tina Turner
The Queen of Rock ‘n’ Roll was an immense musical talent, a captivating performer – and a thoughtful woman who wouldn’t be defined by adversity.
Gen Z Slang 101: How to Converse With the Younger People in The Office
A cheat sheet of 20 terms to help you understand what those new hires are talking about.
7 Must-Follow Insta-Moms to Perk Up Your Post-Bedtime Scrolling
From the helpful to the hilarious, these “mom-fluencers” and mom-centric accounts are winning over Instagram – for good reason.
In Colombia, a Famous Chef and Her Daughter Aim to Protect Ancestral Cuisine
Chef Leo Espinosa and daughter Laura work with indigenous communities to preserve traditional ingredients and techniques.
7 Books for Celebrating AAPI Heritage Month
We’ve compiled a collection of acclaimed books written by Asian-American and Pacific Islander women, from Michelle Zauner to Chanel Miller.
6 Ways to Manage Stress for Mental Health Awareness Month
We’ve compiled six of the most effective stress-relieving practices, as well as some women-owned companies to help you do so.
Giving Ethical Fashion a Rebrand
These influencers and advocates want to turn ethical fashion into a judgment-free zone.
10 Songs to Ignite a Spring-Cleaning Spark
Too attached to toss? We’re not judging. (See Brah, my toy dog, as proof.). But this playlist will motivate you to sort out what stays, and what goes.
How Can I Use AI to Help Me Start My Business?
These 7 online tools, including one that builds an entire website in under 30 seconds, aim to save you time and money. We tested them out.
Earth Day 2023: These Women Are Taking Climate Action
As our planet spins toward a dangerously warm future, these women are demonstrating that knowledge is power — and we can still make a difference.
She Runs the First Woman-Owned Dispensary in New York. She’s the Exception
Extasy James’ Good Grades is a marker of progress amid the lasting impacts of the war on drugs. But fewer women and people of color are opening shops.
The Fight to Save Black Mothers’ Lives
The Black maternal mortality rate is ever-rising because of persistent – and racist – disparities in how Black moms are treated within the U.S. healthcare system.