A Canadian immigrant who makes white-nationalist videos with Richard Spencer is accused of trying to impregnate an autistic Hispanic teen — while he was married to another woman.
How do we acknowledge that no one is obligated to desire anyone else, but also that who is desired and who isn't is a political question, a question usually answered by more general patterns of domination and exclusion?
A team of OpenStreetMap users is working to draw new cartographic lines, making maps that more accurately — and equitably — reflect our space.
From the teachers' strikes in West Virginia to Oklahoma and beyond, working-class women have always known what it takes to fight back.
"I need a new way to eat," I say. The nutritionist nods and says, "You want to lose some weight while we're at it, right?"
Okay, so none of these kids are Audre Lorde scholars, but their notions of what feminism is *do* work really well as drawings.
Why Netflix's tepid response to the Duffer brothers controversy matters.
At restaurants across America, servers calculate how far is too far, weighing harassing behavior against the tips they need to make a living wage.
It's not every year, after all, that vocabulary from black feminist criticism shows up next to Balenciaga gowns.
A Q&A with "Wonder Women" author Sam Maggs.
And why it's so hard to talk about.
How 12 years in the Girl Scouts made me the man I am today.
On March 8, millions of women around the world took to the streets to celebrate International Women's Day. Protestors advocated for women's rights, equal pay, reproductive freedom, healthcare, labor rights, clean air and water, and pressing local issues.
The distance between a dream gig and a nightmare can be tiny when you have no power.
Even though the medium has existed for decades, performances of masculinity aren't privileged the same way performances of femininity are.
Politico is tracking how women's political representation is changing — or isn't changing — in the 2018 midterm elections.
As we have learned again and again, manipulative behavior is structurally baked in to the entire entertainment industry, which creates profoundly unequal power hierarchies used to exploit those at the bottom, whether they're contestants on a high-pressure competition show or actresses looking for their big break.
A leaderless group "became a brand overnight," say insiders, but the anti-harassment crusade now seeks structure and a real leader amid skepticism about CAA's role and "movie star cliquey" meetings.
For over 160 years, the New York Times obituary section has largely been limited to white men. Today, on International Women's Day, the Times highlights 15 women it overlooked.
In the year of #MeToo and Time’s Up, 8 March keeps the spotlight on women calling for change. Follow the day’s global action live
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