Armed with chalk, Southwestern Law School students like Haley Pollock are drawing attention to the dangers of crisis pregnancy centers in their community—literally.
The Girl Scouts and Breakthrough Music have released a new anthem for young feminists everywhere: “Watch Me Shine,” written by two-time Grammy winner Liz Rose and chart-topping songwriter Emily Shackelton.
In the subversive video for her song “God is a Woman,” the pop artist denounces patriarchy, celebrates female solidarity and revels in female sexuality.
State Rep. Janelle Bynum was campaigning in a neighborhood in her district when a resident called the police on her—because she thought Bynum, a black woman, was “spending a lot of time at homes and appearing to be casing the neighborhood while on her phone.”
At a Wimbledon press conference on Friday, The Telegraph’s Jamie Johnson asked legendary tennis player and Olympic medalist Serena Williams how she handles being “the one to beat” on the court. In response, Williams did something women often don’t: she acknowledged her achievements and didn’t shy away from celebrating her own success. “I’m glad someone admitted that,” Williams […]
A new social media campaign smashes abortion stigma—and demonstrates the passion and power of the majority of voters who support safe, legal abortion access.
Olympic medalist Caster Semenya is fighting a new policy requiring sex testing of female athletes—and women’s rights organizations from around the world are standing with her in solidarity.
Across the United States, more than 750 rallies, some with tens of thousands of attendees, streamed through streets, crossed over bridges and surrounded federal buildings to demand justice for migrant families at the U.S. / Mexico border as part of the #FamiliesBelongTogether National Day of Action.
Activists took to the streets Tuesday in protest of the Supreme Court’s ruling in NIFLA v. Becerra, which effectively gave the often religiously-affiliated anti-abortion fake clinics permission to continue manipulating and deceiving patients.