The 13.7 billion-year history of #feminists

We go back to the dinosaurs, and look ahead to a big win coming in 3020

It has taken me years to acknowledge the shame I feel around body image. Progress is slow, but it adds up.

I spent most of my life ignoring and minimizing how I felt about my eczema

Some say Argentina is in the midst of a feminist revolution. Activists are gaining ground in the fight to legalize abortion.

Last year, an abortion legalization bill nearly passed Congress. Tuesday, a new bill is being introduced.

Lily Lines: One of the world’s ‘least feminist’ countries may surprise you

Plus, a female sprinter becomes India’s first openly gay athlete

It’s time for male presidential candidates to lean out

The really radical thing for a male candidate to do in 2020 would be to step down and step away

‘Game of Thrones’ is full of heroines. But is the series actually feminist?

From Arya to Daenerys, Brienne to Sansa, there are many strong women on display, but does the show truly endorse different versions of female power? Two women discuss.

My 8-year-old daughter showed her strength — and convinced me of mine, too

I struggled to overcome the avalanche of self-doubt that followed my husband’s affair

‘He’s not acting as a true feminist’: Trudeau’s image takes a hit with ouster of senior women leaders

Questions about the Canadian prime minister’s commitment to inclusion may hurt him at the polls

Before Ruth Bader Ginsburg, there was Sandra Day O’Connor. The first female Supreme Court justice was an ‘unfeminist feminist.’

A new biography reveals how O’Connor, a moderate Republican, didn’t always vote the way people expected her to

A matriarchal makeover of the City of Brotherly Love

I visited some of the stops featured in ‘A Feminist City Guide to Philadelphia’