Teens don’t always get sex ed at school. TikTokers are stepping in.

The platform is filling an education gap. But like anything else, it has its limitations

A groundbreaking Connecticut law would give a $3,200 bond to every child born into poverty

It would be the first state to grant children of low-income parents individual trusts paid for by the state, which children can access once they turn 18

A generation changed

A package from the editors of The Lily examining the effects of the pandemic on women and nonbinary people

Mansplainers at work? Here’s how to deal when you go back to the office.

For most women, mansplaining has long been a backdrop of navigating the world

I’ve spent a lifetime trying to get doctors to believe my pain. It’s all too common for women.

To be a chronically ill woman is to see a side of medicine others can afford to ignore

I used to feel like I was losing money if I wasn’t working. Financial planning helped me find balance.

Money anxiety used to paralyze me with guilt and worry

Black women have always led the fight for reparations. ‘They’re not getting their due,’ historians say.

Here are three women throughout history you might not know about

The pandemic has changed me. But how will we collectively heal?

It’s difficult to start healing when the pain is still being inflicted

‘60 Minutes’ ran an episode about algorithm bias. Only White experts were given airtime.

The episode renewed calls to #CiteBlackWomen, many of whom have been leading research on AI bias

New York City’s first road race since the pandemic is women-only. 3,000 runners will carry on a storied legacy.

The New York Mini 10K made history in 1972 as the first official women’s road race

Ask Dr. Andrea: I’m more financially comfortable than my parents, but they won’t accept my help

I work in an industry that did very well because of the pandemic and experienced a major uptick in sales

He threatened her with a knife. Then the pandemic trapped them inside together.

Domestic violence reports got ‘much more severe’ during the coronavirus

Don’t let the billionaires fool you: Divorce can be a rotten deal for most women

It all comes down to how Social Security benefits are split

Struggling with romantic boundaries? Hollywood’s top intimacy coordinators have tips.

The work of intimacy coordinators is complex, requiring them to routinely navigate issues of consent, safety and boundaries

What happens when domestic duties shift? These couples found out.

For many, the pandemic triggered a seismic shift in the home

The pandemic empowered me to realize I’m nonbinary

I feel like I’m meeting myself for the first time

Why burnout won’t go away, even as life returns to ‘normal’

‘It turns out everything has been overwhelming. And there’s no shaking it.’

Hitting reset: 5 ways the pandemic could benefit working moms in the long term

Corporate America has a chance to rethink how it operates