Donald Trump drew support from counties where men’s jobs are going away, while women’s jobs are ascendant. There’s nothing he can do to change it.
How automation could shift the balance of power between genders
American culture has long been confused about the location of the line between love and violence. Hollywood deserves some of the blame for that.
Wendy Finerman talks about her experience climbing the entertainment ladder.
Julie Engstrom, a designer in Cleveland, Ohio, talks about why her field is such a challenge for people with kids.
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have offered competing proposals, but neither has served up a comprehensive vision for supporting families.
Aja Brown has made history as the city’s mayor. In this film, she talks about her biggest challenges and inspirations.
Inferno is only the latest Hollywood product to insist that its lady-stars race around in infernal footwear.
A dustup between Megyn Kelly and Newt Gingrich shows why Donald Trump and the Republican Party are struggling to retain the support of women.
A century ago, widely circulated images and cartoons helped drive the debate about whether women should have the right to vote.
A new study suggests women are the primary models for religious faith in many households.
The Barefoot Contessa’s latest cookbook doubles as an insight into the workings of “the most cherished celebrity couple in the world.”
The best way to excise it from corporate culture is to promote women to the highest levels of authority.
Just call me the Ken Bone of procreation. I am hopelessly undecided about whether to have kids, even though it’s…
Services like Tinder and Hinge are no longer shiny new toys, and some users are starting to find them more frustrating than fun.
Decoupling alcohol and masculinity
When their manhood is threatened, men react by doing less housework. The only exception? Meal preparation.
Gender-equality advocates fed up with the Republican Party are protesting outside of Trump businesses around the country.
Hillary and Bill, Melania and Donald—in marriage and politics, sometimes it’s complicated.
Rarely have presidential nominees declared, without qualification, that it’s a woman’s right to choose.
Trump employed the adjective, in the final presidential debate, to insult his opponent. What he didn’t realize was that the word has long been a rallying cry.