From periods to powerlifting: Over 200 people told us what’s been mansplained to them

We asked our Instagram followers to share their most egregious examples of mansplaining

I got sober during the pandemic. What will happen when my friends meet this version of me?

When isolation began, I was still a boozy social butterfly

How to better support survivors of domestic violence in a pandemic, according to experts

More than a year in, here are their takeaways for tackling unique obstacles

The link between intimate partner violence and mass shootings

Police believe domestic violence was ‘at the core’ of the Colorado Springs shooting

Beauty routines changed in the pandemic. What will happen when we reemerge?

For these women, there’s a mix of excitement and anxiety about returning to certain rituals and forgoing others

As a former foster parent, am I a mom — or something else?

Regardless of the title, I’m happy to just be part of my child’s chosen family

You are not alone: A roundup of resources for Mental Health Awareness Month

Here’s some our most helpful therapy coverage to answer your questions — and make seeking care a bit less daunting

40,000 young Americans have lost a parent to the coronavirus. On Mother’s Day, we need to step up for them.

These extraordinary times call on all of us to see one another’s children as our own

In the depths of a coronavirus crisis, period poverty is worsening in India

It can cause further stress during what’s already an extremely traumatic time for many Indians

Can a vaccinated mother’s breast milk protect a child from covid-19? This scientist is searching for answers.

Rebecca Powell has been breastfeeding her 3-year-old son as she researches how long antibodies last

71% of dads said working from home boosted well-being. Only 41% of moms agreed.

‘For many women, this has become truly untenable,’ said one expert

Homebuying as a single Black woman is hard. No one told me it’d be terrifying.

I was told saving up for the down payment would be the hardest part — but a year in, there have been so many unknowns

You probably wear the wrong bra size. These TikTokers have a solution.

People are discovering a new level of comfort

Home birth requests ‘went through the roof’ when the pandemic hit. Are they here to stay?

Midwives say interest in working with them has doubled — or even tripled — during the pandemic

During a pandemic Ramadan, audio app Clubhouse is creating space for women-led worship

Congregating in live audio chat rooms has become a source of spiritual sisterhood and community-building

Ask Dr. Andrea: My doctor says it’s ‘just’ stress. It feels like more.

I don’t even know where to start

These single women decided to get pregnant. The pandemic convinced them.

As one woman put it: ‘I didn’t want to waste another precious moment’