When I came out, I didn’t know any other gay teens. Naya Rivera’s character on ‘Glee’ showed me I wasn’t alone.

It was the first time I saw myself on television

Moms are working dramatically fewer hours than dads during coronavirus. It’s a ‘red flag’ for what’s ahead.

A new study shows that moms have reduced their paid working hours 4 to 5 times more than dads

‘I walk around the world with my nerves exposed’: This is how I experience anxiety

‘When I feel anxious, upset and refuse to acknowledge my feelings, I still feel fire and needles running through my veins’

‘How many women of color have to cry?’: Top feminist organizations are plagued by racism, 20 former staffers say

Employees say toxic white feminism runs deep at NOW, Feminist Majority and AAUW

Our brains are wired to reject uncertainty. It explains why astrology is taking off in the pandemic.

‘It’s like having a friend who knows a lot more than you do’

A world of opportunities arrived in my small town during the pandemic. I’m worried that will vanish.

Please don’t forget about us

‘Friendship is the thing that is sustaining me’: We eavesdropped on podcast hosts Aminatou Sow and Ann Friedman

They release their joint book, ‘Big Friendship,’ on July 14

Tired of video chats and calls? Try sending your friend a voice memo.

The technology offers glimpses of life in the wild

Secret grocery dates, religion-specific apps: Dating as a Muslim woman in the pandemic

Dating for Muslims can be very different from Western practices

I felt like I had to go part-time when my kids were young. This shouldn’t be the norm.

Mothers engage in 300 more hours of paid work per year than they did 40 years ago

Military women are saying #IAmVanessaGuillen. Here are 4 of their stories.

In the wake of the Fort Hood soldier’s death, hundreds have shared stories of sexual harassment and assault

Ask Dr. Andrea: The pandemic is making me rethink kids. My husband definitely wants them. What do we do?

‘Over these past few months my feelings have gotten more certain’

Dana Canedy is the first black person to be named publisher of Simon & Schuster. Here’s what she wants to get done.

She spoke to us about what kind of authors she’d like to cultivate, getting through grief and how she likes to read

Pain, power, healing: One woman’s quest to keep protest art in Minneapolis

‘I want everyone to be reminded of what happened here, what black people go through and the uproar of the aftermath’

Breastfeeding isn’t free. What if that work was included in the GDP?

‘What we measure reflects what we value and shapes what we do’

Black women in Italy weren’t being heard. Then Black Lives Matter protests began in the United States.

‘It began with the death of George Floyd in the U.S., but this is also our battle’