Discussion of news topics with a point of view, including narratives by individuals regarding their own experiences

When the dangers and restrictions of the pandemic seem like they’ll last forever, it’s hard not to feel down. One way to build hope is to imagine yourself in the future, when the pandemic is over and life has hopefully improved. I tried it out — here’s what happened.

Michelle Go was pushed to her death on the NYC subway. For many, it highlights failures in public safety for women.

Public spaces, particularly public transit, have long been fraught for women of color and nonbinary people

As disabled women, our lives have always been erased. But in a pandemic, they’re urgently at stake.

Recent CDC comments about omicron were a reminder of the regular erasure, oppression and disrespect we experience

Senators are pushing to reauthorize the Violence Against Women Act. Will it help Indigenous communities?

The 2022 version of VAWA would include new provisions expanding tribal jurisdiction over gendered violence