A look at new guidelines meant to improve how medical schools teach students about sexual orientation and gender identity
The short answer: business realities. The long answer: That’s an unfair question that requires context.
The stark difference in attitudes toward the Disney film in 1989 versus today serves as a reminder of how the concept of the Strong Female Lead is always changing.
A new book about Gary Hart and an uncensored letter from the FBI to Martin Luther King Jr. reopen the debate on the line between the private and the political.
Is Kim Kardashian defying sexist beauty standards, or helping create new ones?
Over a third of women report being stalked or threatened on the Internet. Here's what the justice system actually says about their options.
Hours of crunching, sewing, and ripping go into readying a piece of footwear that lasts for just one performance.
The intense focus on sexuality, purity, manhood, and womanhood in certain faith communities—and its consequences
I came to Beijing to model. Then I found myself playing Miss America in Inner Mongolia.
In upholding same-sex-marriage bans, Sixth Circuit Judge Jeffrey Sutton said the people should decide, but his ruling virtually guaranteed the opposite.
With a decision to uphold same-sex-marriage bans, the Sixth Circuit creates a division that only the justices can resolve.
Why personhood measures keep failing
Packed with outspoken women performing and winning, the CMAs looked female-friendly, even if the industry it celebrates still isn't.
A critique of the First Amendment from an academic who studies street harassment
On Tuesday, voters changed the state's constitution, making it easier for lawmakers to restrict women's access to the procedure.
This year’s major science-fiction awards had strong female representation, but don’t call it a feminist victory for the genre just yet.
Street harassment is a problem worth addressing, but making it a criminal offense is worse than doing nothing at all.
The country has no explicit laws against homosexual acts. That's why its courts used a 1951 law—one originally intended to prevent prostitution—to jail men for participating in a gay wedding.
If the initiative passes, it could have implications for everything from in-vitro fertilization to end-of-life care.
The loudest voices in the debate have come from off-campus. What do current undergraduates think?