What does a more feminist city look like? Ask this geographer.

It’s become particularly relevant during the pandemic

My days are spent observing my 10-month-old baby. Here’s what I’ve learned.

Babies suck everything

Some people feel restricted by masks. As a child growing up with asthma, they let me do what I love.

I was horse-crazy — and also allergic to hay

Ask Dr. Andrea: I don’t miss people. Is that okay?

Maybe this pandemic has brought out my best self? Or my worst?

Getting divorced in the pandemic is complicated. For Orthodox Jewish women, there’s an additional obstacle.

The get process requires the husband to physically hand over the Jewish bill of divorce

Closing schools is essential. But students must be able to access mental health services.

Growing up in an impoverished community, free counseling was necessary for me

Miss travel? Here are 7 literary journeys to take.

These books will transport you

A ‘quiet desperation of not doing enough’: This is how I experience anxiety

I grew up ‘in a culture where the word anxiety wasn’t in the vocabulary’

The House just doubled funding for endometriosis research, thanks to its second-youngest member

The condition affects 7 million women in the United States and 1 in 10 women worldwide

Was Susan B. Anthony antiabortion? Two sides are dueling over the answer — and the definition of feminism.

It’s become a game of ‘political strategy,’ one scholar says

30 girls. 27 countries. This book shares the experience of girlhood around the world.

An excerpt from a forthcoming book

I’ve been protesting almost every day for two months. Black lives depend on it — including my own.

Our anger didn’t just disappear when the news channels and trending hashtags did

Hesitant to post a black-and-white selfie on Instagram? Here’s what you could do instead.

Critics quickly derided #ChallengeAccepted and #WomenSupportingWomen as performative

‘The mom shame is so real’: There’s no way to win in the pandemic

Whatever you do, you’re made to feel bad about it

Female doctors are posting photos in bikinis, but the pictures aren’t the point

With #MedBikini, the medical community is reckoning with sexism and other inequities

We talked to an employment lawyer about ‘mom bias.’ Here’s what she wants you to know.

‘There’s not one industry that’s immune’