The notion that girls are treated equally as boys and that girl power stories are the norm does not line up with the reality of everyday sexism in America. A new study is proof.
Hernandez’s case exemplifies the injustice of El Salvador’s abortion ban and serves as a call for change in the country.
A new three-year initiative will work to protect women from violence in Turkey and six countries in the Western Balkans,-with a focus on women from the most disadvantaged groups.
The short film “August” combines wide-reaching elements—poetics, unconventional narration and the representation of marginalized characters—to create a bold artistic narrative of female entrapment and self-liberation.
Women in tech, now more than ever, are intervening on their own behalf where others failed them.
Jamie Horowitz, head of Fox Sports programming, was fired earlier this week after a sexual harassment investigation.
Kenyan girls miss 3.5 million days of school per month due to their periods.
Education and vocational training are crucial in allowing women in the Democratic Republic of Congo to become independent and capable of providing for their families.
A new study reveals that among a slew of other biases, American adults think black girls are less innocent and less in need of protection than white girls.
Now more than ever, poets and prose writers have been creating work that advocates for social justice, provides a space for important voices to be heard and moves readers with their powerful language.