Is the road to success more difficult for female entrepreneurs?
After a deadly sexual assault on a minibus, a hidden-camera campaign gains new meaning.
Reflections on a banned documentary about the gang rape in my hometown of Delhi
When it comes to statutes prohibiting minors from getting married, the U.S. is more like Latin America than Europe.
Ben Carson's simplistic approach to homosexuality reflects an impoverished understanding of human behavior.
Americans have yet to elect a woman as commander in chief, but the small screen has played with the idea for almost a decade.
Affluent women are likely to have access to more-reliable forms of birth control, and they're more than three times as likely to have an abortion in the case of an accidental pregnancy.
A new book about purity culture shows the difficulty of reconciling women's liberation with evangelical faith.
Jo Becker offers perspective on surging acceptance—and continued obstacles—in the fight for marriage equality.
By protecting the identities of people with a history of abusive behavior, FetLife.com leaves members of the BDSM community vulnerable to harm.
Many major cities don't keep comprehensive data about assaults against passengers—and even FBI-led background checks have limitations.
A host reflects on the many challenges of trying to make half of his interview subjects women.
South Korea has scrapped a law against infidelity that arose from the chaos of the Korean War.
Maryland Democrat Barbara Mikulski has worked to unite female senators since 1987.
Forty years after they were students, some alumni still worry about the future of sexual assault on college campuses.
A look at major differences in the tech industry’s approach to parental leave
Yes, it's a fun caper movie. But please stop making films like this.
For plugged-in, religious Millennials, stylishness and faith have never been more compatible.
Helen Fisher's latest study on American singles flips stereotypical relationship dynamics and introduces the age of the trophy husband.
Houston announced Monday that testing 6,700 old kits produced hundreds of matches, but there are hundreds of thousands of kits still waiting around the nation.
While accepting his award, Graham Moore initially seemed to speak to the LGBT struggle. In truth, he ignored it.