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Lily Lines: Why your office might suit men better

Plus, Simone Biles’s history-making medal

After a career in publishing, I switched to tech. Here’s why I took the risk — and what I wish I’d known all along.

‘What I remember most is the vulnerability I felt at the time: fear that I wouldn’t be technical enough, that I wouldn’t be seen as technical enough’

‘Everyone should be treated well’: 23andMe CEO Anne Wojcicki is demanding respect for breast-feeding moms

After an incident at the private Maroon Creek Club in Aspen, Colo., Wojcicki spoke out

This #MeToo hotline gets hundreds of calls from women being harassed at work. It’s funded by Hollywood.

Meryl Streep, Selena Gomez and Shonda Rhimes helped create the Time’s Up Legal Defense Fund

Women in construction are creating their own community. Meet the new wave of female builders.

Women still make up only about 9 percent of the construction industry, but they’re leaning on each other to combat loneliness

More states are trying to protect black employees who want to wear their natural hair in the workplace

New Jersey, Tennessee, Michigan, Wisconsin, Illinois and other states have proposed legislation to explicitly ban race-based hair discrimination. California and New York were the first to sign legislation into law in July.

Lily Lines: The issue ignored at the presidential debate

Plus: Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, launched a clothing line to help unemployed British women

‘So close, yet so far away’: Serena Williams faces some difficult truths after falling short again in a Grand Slam

For whatever reason, Williams made just 44 percent of her first serves

It happens to everyone: Why it’s hard to have a female body in the workplace

Eight stories of periods, pumping and piercing pain

Sex work encompasses more than what we see on TV, and it saved me from poverty

It’s often the net that catches people before they fall into destitution