television

‘Queer Eye’s’ Jonathan Van Ness and Tan France on pushing our perceptions of gender

The two talk gender, fashion and ‘bending the knee’ to binaries

Elisabeth Moss on Trump’s America, Britney Spears and portraying a feminist icon

The Washington Post interviewed Moss at SXSW, where she shined in several roles

‘Made in Heaven’ is far more queer and feminist than Bollywood’s usual fairy-tale romances

The Amazon Prime show has morphed into a cultural phenomenon among South Asians at home and abroad

‘Do I look like the kind of woman who obeys?’: How Roseanne Barr ruined her comeback with a single tweet

Inside a trip to Jerusalem with the television star

Kathie Lee Gifford’s morning TV legacy will live on, despite her critics

Friday marked Gifford’s final day on NBC’s ‘Today’ show

What does it mean for ‘Project Runway’ stars to use ‘old lady’ to describe unflattering clothes?

We are all guilty of using linguistic shorthand. But the language of fashion is not simply about clothes.

Watching ‘This is Us’ helped me process my dad’s death

Somewhere beneath the melodrama, I found unexpected catharsis in watching this fictional family grapple with an unthinkable loss

What 3 women behind HBO’s ‘The Case Against Adnan Syed’ want you to know

From the start, women have been central to Syed’s case

For the first time in 13 seasons, a woman has won Afghanistan’s version of ‘American Idol’

‘Today, I represent all the girls of Afghanistan,’ Zahra Elham said after winning