Women's History Month

Social Justice

What To Know About The CPS Facing Trial On Its Handling Of Rape Cases

Human rights groups claim the CPS has “a new 'risk-averse' approach to the prosecution of rape."

By Alice Broster

Keira Knightley Rules Out Nudes Scenes In Films Directed By Men

“It's partly vanity, and also it's the male gaze," she said in a recent interview.

By Alice Broster

Kamala Harris' Pearls Have Become A Symbol Of Solidarity

So many inauguration attendees wore them.

By Shea Simmons

3 Major Reproductive Rights Cases To Watch This Month

The fate of abortion access may depend on them.

By Jennifer Gerson

UK Helplines & Resources For Those Experiencing Domestic Abuse

Here's where to turn to if you're in need of help.

By Alice Broster

7 Of The Best Books By Women Of Colour In 2020

As selected by Owne publishing house founders, Mariam Jimoh & Reni Kosi Amayo.

By L'Oréal Blackett
TV & Movies

11 Fleabag Quotes To Make You Laugh (& Then Cry)

This show was over far too quickly, but we'll always have the memories.

By Alice Broster
Rule Breakers

Why I Haven't Used My 'Dr.' Title — Until Now

A viral op-ed made me think about the signal it sends to other women in academia.

By Jessica Tarlov
The New Pioneers

Of Course Co-Star’s Founder Is A Scorpio

Banu Guler on organization, self-care, and why there’s only one app that she pays for.

By Kaitlyn Wylde

Michelle Obama Defends Dr. Jill Biden By Asking An Important Question

A recent 'Wall Street Journal' op-ed asked Biden to ditch her doctorate title.

By Jake Viswanath

Why Nikema Williams Is Optimistic About Georgia Voters Flipping The Senate

“We are breaking all the norms in this election.”

By Jennifer Gerson
Sex & Relationships

21 Best Sex Positions For 2021, Because We All Need A Little Release

Finally, something to look forward to.

By Griffin Wynne