The White House released a first-of-its-kind strategy to achieve gender equity. Here’s what experts say about it.

While it’s a crucial step, the strategy lacks clear implementation plans and measurable goals, experts said

These nonbinary patients were seeking trans health care. But in a binary system, they felt ‘invalidated.’

In the current model, patients must prove they are ‘transgender enough’ to qualify for gender-affirming care

Here’s why I miss the mindless, in-between moments of my pre-pandemic routine

I thought cutting out that time would make me more productive, but that hasn’t been true

Your coping kit for another pandemic winter

15 tips from readers, Lily contributors and experts for maintaining your mental health

The Texas abortion ban has a medical exception. But some doctors worry it’s too narrow to use.

A woman with an ectopic pregnancy was turned away, abortion advocates say

10 songs that make ‘Insecure’ star Natasha Rothwell feel like she’s in a rom-com

The show’s highly anticipated final season premieres Sunday on HBO

It’s been four years since #MeToo went global. Tarana Burke wants to stay ‘laser-focused’ on healing.

Burke and the authors of a book about #MeToo movements in other countries reflect on its impacts and future

Women firefighters in L.A. are reporting harassment. It’s ‘a nationwide problem,’ others say.

Only about 4 percent of firefighters are women

Latinas are still the lowest paid group in the U.S. Experts have tips for combating the inequity.

Oct. 21 marks Latina Equal Pay Day, the last Equal Pay Day of the year

I’m in my 20s. Here’s why I love watching shows about women in their 40s and 50s.

I want more shows that pull back the curtain on the mystery of adulthood

U.S. women are largely dissatisfied with how they’re treated. Most men don’t see a problem.

The Gallup poll also found that fewer Black women and Hispanic women were satisfied with women’s treatment compared to White women

Lawmakers are racing to mimic the Texas abortion law in their own states. They say the bills will fly through.

‘Copycat bills’ are a tradition that has been a hallmark of the antiabortion movement for decades

What a construction supervisor in Virginia does in a workday

Safety walks, listening to 2000s hits and painting park benches

I survived breast cancer and should be thriving. But it’s not so simple.

Although the survivor’s guilt is sometimes paralyzing, I’m learning to give myself grace

My double mastectomy made me reevaluate: What do my breasts mean to me?

The decision had been weighing on me since I tested positive for the BRCA2 gene

What an artist and gallery owner in Louisiana does in a workday

Painting time, cat cleanup and journaling

What a returning student in Texas does in a workday

“Mom mode," final exam studying and baked pasta for dinner

It’s time to ‘shift from the White male gaze’: Two Latinas in Hollywood on what it means to tell their stories

We listened in on a conversation between actress Yaya DaCosta and writer, director and producer Charise Castro Smith