People with facial deformities don't deserve respect until they're economically productive? Cool, cool.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are told to avoid banned words and phrases like "fetus," "transgender," and "science-based" in budget documents.
2011 came close to having a sexual misconduct moment, one that was started by a low-wage woman’s complaint — the crucial element of rapt media attention was certainly there. But the culture wasn’t primed for it; the time wasn’t yet ripe.
In the past, Mario Batali’s disregard for boundaries was a foundation of his mythology. In the context of #MeToo, it is just repugnant.
The misrepresentation of an entire age group has real consequences for how adults conceive of adolescence, and how teens measure themselves against it.
Emily Bazelon moderates a round table with Anita Hill, Laura Kipnis, Lynn Povich, Soledad O’Brien, Amanda Hess and Danyel Smith to talk about how — or if — real change is possible.
For 20 years, I’ve felt it was too early to speak up about the chief justice of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. Now I fear it's too late.
Attending birthing classes with my partner made me realize the people delivering our baby had no idea how to handle our needs.
As revelations of sexual harassment break, women have been discussing the fallout and how to move forward. Here, women from across the working world take on this complicated conversation.
We've rounded up six of the best interviews and essays that shed light on "Cat Person" so you can keep up with the conversation without devoting your entire week to reading about "Cat Person."
Traditional methods can backfire, but ideas like teaching bystanders to intervene and promoting more women have proved effective.
We need to understand that the sexual harm is not always at the heart of a gendered power imbalance, and is not always about the sexualized act itself.
"It was a terrible kiss, shockingly bad; Margot had trouble believing that a grown man could possibly be so bad at kissing."
Getting on your feet after prison is an uphill battle. Meet the formerly incarcerated women who are helping one another to get ahead.
"I think the floodgates have opened for white women," the actress and rape survivor said of the #MeToo movement, which coincided with her new memoir.
From involuntary sterilizations to experiments conducted on black women, the medical history of the US is a bloody one.
It is not unreasonable to demand that men in workplaces act as if the year were 2017 and not 2003. At the same time, nobody is retrospectively prosecuting a man for acting as if it were 2003 in 2003.
For all tech’s outward progressivism, a toxic trickle of doubt threatens to de-stabilize any concrete progress when it comes to sexism.
Why she stands out on TIME's Person of the Year cover.
We are now faced with the difficult work of shifting power and creating lasting reform. Luckily, we don't have to start from scratch; many women have been doing this organizing work for a long time.
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