With queer creators and fans hungry to see themselves in their favorite stories, LGBTQ+ representation is breaking through in comics like never before.
The 330-year-old London insurance market is the most archaic corner left in global finance.
We talked to women in five countries with universal health care systems — Canada, Iceland, Taiwan, Australia and the UK — about their daily interactions with their country's medical systems.
Femininity and suffering, beauty and biology, and the startlingly dark turn one writer found herself taking when writing about women and power in her new book "High Heel."
"I find that I am bored with anything I understand," Karen Uhlenbeck once said — and that sense of curiosity is part of why she won the prestigious Abel Prize, from the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters.
A new study shows clear differences in the biology of how men and women feel pain, a reminder that sex-specific pain medications might benefit us all.
Siri, Cortana, Alexa and Google all default as women. But what if AI assistants thought beyond gender norms?
Apps to track menstruation cycles and fertility are being marketed as tech that helps people take better care of their bodies. But who stands to reap the real benefits?
Among celebrity gossipmongers, Leonardo DiCaprio's penchant for dating younger women is well known. As the Academy Award-winning actor has gotten older, his girlfriends have... not.
For comedian Rhea Butcher, this evolution centered around one punch line about having to enter rooms just shouting "I'm a woman," which they used in two different jokes, with two different contexts, a little over a year apart.
In 2017, I became friends with Lewinsky — the person, not the political football. And I have not been able to look back on those days watching the impeachment proceedings the same way since.
"My mother told me... that if a fella ever touches your breasts you'll get cancer."
On history, the mayoral election and the work of black women.
It's not because of some "woke narrative."
In the lawsuit, filed in United States District Court in Los Angeles, the players accused the federation of years of what they labeled "institutionalized gender discrimination."
Brands that promise to cater to authentic womanhood still leave out a lot of women.
The life, death and burying of one of America's first famous female novelists.
In their new book, "Pressure Cooker: Why Home Cooking Won't Solve Our Problems And What We Can Do About It," three academics explain why we've put too much emphasis on family dinner.
Japanese cuisine, at the high end, is virtually all made by men. When n/naka opened, it may have been the only kaiseki restaurant run by a woman in any country.
"Forget Voldemort (Trump). Let's talk about the Death Eaters surrounding him because behind the scenes, they're the ones quietly getting scary sh** done."
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