Billie Jean King once tried to find a sustainable business model for feminist sports coverage. Then women's fitness tried to revive the swimsuit model.
As their goosebumps have long suggested, women perform better on tests of cognitive function at toastier room temperatures.
"Should be at school but instead I'm busy protesting this SH*T."
"Corporations are the one thing Republicans don't want to regulate... so [it's time to turn] your business into a business."
Original Plumbing's founders look back at a decade of unfiltered conversations, radical art, and cultural shifts.
I have been thinking, like so many people this week, about rage. Who I’m mad at, what that anger’s good for, how what makes me maddest is the way the madness has long gone unrespected, even by those who have relied on it for their gains.
While women have made strides in media and publishing, it seems we're still often subject to the whims of men.
The Alabama Senate approved a measure on Tuesday that would outlaw almost all abortions in the state, setting up a direct challenge to Roe v. Wade, the case that recognized a woman’s constitutional right to end a pregnancy.
If society stopped seeing gender as a binary — and stopped equating biological sex with gender — a task like taking a flight wouldn't be such a trial for trans and non-binary people.
Between the sweat and the shit-talking, the towel-snapping and the toilets, you're lucky to escape alive.
Polycystic ovary syndrome, or PCOS, is an endocrine condition that affects up to one in 10 women — but doctors have been struggling for years to know how to diagnose it.
"Charlie Says," a new film from "American Psycho" team Mary Harron and Guinevere Turner, revisits the 1969 murders with a focus on Charles Manson's female followers. It's both an affecting film and a reflection of a long-term creative partnership.
The problem goes beyond emotionally stunted men and the burden they place on women. To understand the cause of male loneliness, just look at the friendships of boys.
In the United States, the story of beef and hierarchy really takes shape with the rise of the porterhouse steak.
It's been a half-century since Gloria Steinem exposed the outrageous working conditions at Hugh Hefner's club. Playboy has changed — but have we?
Sometimes, the funniest and most feminist thing a man — or a movie — can do is stop pretending that everything is fine.
More than 200 of the world's best players say they won't play in North America. They hope that their actions will usher in a better era for the game.
Electability isn't a static social fact; it's a social fact we’re constructing. Part of what will make someone unelectable is people give up on them in a way that would be premature, rather than going to the mat for them
From "2 Days in the Valley" to "The Devil's Advocate" (with a little "Monster" thrown in for good measure), a search for the moment when Charlize became Charlize.
Toxic masculinity — and the persistent idea that feelings are a "female thing" — has left a generation of straight men stranded on emotionally-stunted island. Unable to forge intimate relationships with other men, it's women who are paying the price.
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