How the #MeToo movement became a feminist sexual revolution.
Advocates are tracking new developments in neonatal research and technology — transforming one of America's most contentious debates.
A deluge of revelations about powerful men abusing women, leading to the #MeToo moment, has galvanized activists to demand deeper social and political change.
Women who didn’t manage to have an abortion and gave birth were less likely to have full-time employment and more likely to be completely out of a job.
What's the fastest way to fix a broken system? Take it over, say the record number of female candidates running for office in 2018 for the first time.
Larry Nassar, a former doctor for the USA Gymnastics team, has pled guilty to seven counts of criminal conduct after admitting he sexual assaulted and abused girls under his care. More than 70 victims have spoken out in court against him, including Raisman.
The fitness phenomenon once taught women how to radically improve their sex lives.
But maybe to fear women is to begin seeing them as people.
"What the fuck are women supposed to do to protect ourselves? If we go public with a story, we're petty crybabies hellbent on destroying men's careers... if we write a secret list to protect each other, we're gossipy shrews telling lies in the shadows."
The "Grey's Anatomy" star recalls in her own words the personal struggles and advice from Shonda Rhimes that led to a milestone: highest-paid actress on a primetime drama.
A woman's account of her date with the actor reveals our broken attitudes toward sex.
Despite the impulse to view the women's statement as some innately French point of view, this isn't a straightforward case of cultural difference.
Pauline Campos tries to forget the harsh words that shaped her understanding of her body growing up — for her daughter's sake, and her own.
Hiring Katie Roiphe to write about modern-day sexual harassment was a bad idea to begin with.
Armed with a self-identified feminist conviction, they are often quick to deem the criminality of brutal physical attacks as the barometer for abuse — dismissing the precariousness of women rendered by institutional discrimination as self-imposed victimhood.
Wahlberg and WME are making the donation in the name of Michelle Williams, the co-star paid 1 percent of what Wahlberg was on "All the Money in the World" reshoots.
Back in the mid-2000s, things were simpler: we had a man. A rant. An Angry Video Game Nerd.
Is it the way women and men live — what they eat, the risks they take, the social factors that influence them? Or is it hard-wired into their biology?
Batali is not the first powerful man to request forgiveness for "inappropriate actions" towards his coworkers and employees. He is not the most high profile, and he is ostensibly not even the worst offender. But he is the only one who included a recipe.
The idea that women hinder one another in the workplace sounds like a sexist trope, but most women say they want their boss to be a man. The Atlantic's Olga Khazan explains why.
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