According to a new report, Daniel Craig will pass the martini to "Captain Marvel" actress Lashana Lynch, who will be introduced as the new 007 in the still-untitled 25th Bond film.
A century before Einstein radicalized science by exposing the single entity of spacetime as the elemental fabric of the universe, Emma Hart Willard depicted space and time in a unified image in her work.
A new documentary tells the grueling story of a female yacht crew that exploded barriers at sea. This is what happened when they stepped back on land.
Driven by a need to find community and speak freely about our lives, trans folks were able to find each other online.
Sperm counts in western men are falling, and nobody is sure why. But relax – because help is here, with everything from home-testing kits to sperm-freezing
The US women’s national team has won in France and will now continue its fight for equal pay.
Artist Kristen Visbal says she's being bullied by an investment firm with a spotty record on gender issues.
What a 19th-century scammer can teach us about women, lying and economic boom-and-bust cycles.
The dubious masculinity of grilling.
Sites like Bellesa, ForHerTube and categories like Pornhub's "popular with women" feature a soft porn experience, but generalizing too much about what women want puts their sexuality in a box.
After screaming in Slack about how I would never, ever wear a thong, and no one could make me, I assigned myself the dumbest thing I could think of: wearing a thong for one week. Just to see.
The program is designed around Amazon's assumptions about gender identity, an omission that becomes even more disturbing as Amazon's software gets silently integrated into our lives.
Artists, talent scouts, record execs and more on what it was really like to break into the early 2000s boys' club.
Though data is scarce, the anecdotal evidence that progressive workplaces are finally shedding outdated binary pronoun norms — in the same way several colleges already have — is fast accumulating.
Two women, 20 years apart, on the choice they both made.
Detractors love bringing up AOC's waitressing and bartending experiences. Why?
A host of surprising factors, both historical and systemic, explain the United States' powerhouse team.
Years after recovering from anorexia, a letter to the high school friend she idolized, and explores how hunger, love and envy shaped — and ended — their relationship.
People continue to place blame on the fringe members of our society. This is what happens when that impulse spins completely out of control.
"It's really only been in the past twenty years, the idea of women waking up to their own power and saying, 'Wait a minute, this industry doesn't work without us.'"
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