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National Youth Poet Laureate Alexandra Huỳnh’s message to other young people: ‘Your story is always going to be important’

Read our Q&A with the Stanford freshman — and her poem ‘Life Cycle of a Catcall’

Actress Moses Ingram made us a Shakespearean heartbreak playlist

Ingram plays Lady Macduff in ‘The Tragedy of Macbeth,’ now in theaters and streaming on Apple TV Plus

15 songs rising star Remi Wolf is listening to on tour

The singer released her first album, “Juno,” in October

Street harassment is ‘becoming more dangerous.’ Here’s how activists are tackling it around the world.

These photos feature five women around the world who run ‘catcalls’ accounts

The big (and small) personal victories our readers are celebrating from 2021

We asked for your non-career-related wins of the year

Protests, skate parks, beauty routines: Here are 12 photos capturing how women saw 2021

Take a look at our top photos of the year

She’s a registered farmer — and she’s only 6 years old

Kendall Rae Johnson is breaking barriers in an industry that has long been White- and male-dominated

Her dream was to be a Muppeteer. Her Korean American ‘Sesame Street’ character just made history.

Kathleen Kim is the woman behind Ji-Young, the first Asian American muppet. We spoke to them about their Thanksgiving debut.

This 26-year-old spoke at COP26. Here’s the crucial piece she thinks world leaders are missing.

Elizabeth Wathuti, of Kenya, said she no longer has hope — instead, she’s turned to love

Women and girls are disproportionately affected by climate change. Here are 11 photos of them leading COP26 protests.

Young women are calling out leaders for failing to protect them