Naya Rivera’s tragic passing earlier this year has prompted many to look back on her legacy on “Glee.” In the years since its departure from the airwaves, Rivera’s portrayal of Santana Lopez is still making an impact in the lives of lesbian and bi women. As one of the few lesbian TV characters to ultimately have a happy ending, her story was ground-breaking and impactful from start to finish.
Nicole Tersigni’s new book, “Men to Avoid in Art and Life,” explores the different “types” of men women encounter through a humorous combination of art history and social media.
Racism is woven into the fabric of the U.S., and the COVID-19 pandemic has only made it worse. Racist attacks and interactions—from micro-aggressions to outright hate crimes—have been on the rise since the pandemic began.
The sexist double standard between an ambitious woman speaking her mind and a man who does the exact same thing is crystal clear.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg announced Friday she is undergoing chemotherapy after a recent recurrence of cancer. Meanwhile, she maintains that, even during treatment, she will remain active on the Supreme Court.
Joy Reid’s upcoming MSNBC primetime show, ‘The ReidOut,’ will make her the first black female primetime TV anchor. MSNBC made the historic announcement of Reid’s promotion four months after the departure of longtime anchor Chris Matthews, who previously held the time slot Reid is set to fill. Matthews, who had hosted his show “Hardball” for 20 years on the network, resigned in March after guests of his show came forward, accusing the anchor of sexual harassment.