A round-up of noteworthy wins from around the nation, from abortion protections to significant “firsts.”
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The threat of school shootings has been a part of their lives since childhood. Today, they’re taking a stance.
The Texas Organizing Project is galvanizing Black and Latino voters into action – and holding candidates to their progressive campaign promises.
From campy comedies to historical dramas, these flicks feature the most iconic witch tales to get you into the spirit of the holiday.
Prior to the release of Britney Spears’ memoir, “The Woman in Me,” some wondered why she was opening old wounds. The answer is simple: She deserves to.
A subculture of “traditional wives” is making bigger waves than anticipated in the culture war leading up to the 2024 election.
Her latest project, ‘Miranda’s Victim,’ starring Abigail Breslin is about sexual assault – and the female perspective.
We’ve compiled six of the most effective stress-relieving practices, as well as some women-owned companies to help you do so.
These five nonpartisan charities aid civilians affected by war, regardless of which side they are from.
In honor of Indigenous Peoples’ Day, we’re shining a spotlight on these vibrant entrepreneurs from the U.S. and Canada.
The Dobbs decision continues to reverberate. We take a look at how reproductive health is becoming a fixture of the culture wars and disrupting campuses.
There’s no shame here – spend your clear, crisp autumn days singing and dancing along to these fun, flirty classics from everyone’s favorite women artists.
These recently released memoirs show a brand new side of the women we admire, from Sheila Johnson to Minka Kelly.
Our very own Victoria Flexner invites readers to explore the culinary past in “A History of the World in 10 Dinners.”
The Magnolia Mother’s Trust provides needed monthly funds to Black mothers in Mississippi. The folks behind it want this local action to inspire a global – or at least national – shift.