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Can loitering and napping in public be acts of resistance?

‘Why should any woman have to justify being out on a street?’

With Harry and Meghan’s transition, is the royal family finally prioritizing personal happiness?

Queen Elizabeth II has perspective that other royals lack

Here’s why Olympian Kimia Alizadeh’s defection from Iran matters

The history-making athlete’s decision is not insignificant, given the country’s recent protests

What’s with all the WWIII memes? Gen Z says they’re a mix of comic relief and ‘insensitivity.’

Here’s how young people are grappling with a potential war with Iran

Here are 15 photos of women in 2019 you won’t see anywhere else

From a modern-day circus to California’s female firefighters, here are The Lily’s best photos from last year

15 must-read stories on women and gender from 2019

The Lily’s top stories of the year

Miss Universe’s first openly gay contestant just became a ‘feminist icon’ for these young women

Swe Zin Htet hails from Myanmar, where homosexual conduct is criminalized. She came out just days before Sunday’s competition.

This expat teaches cooking in an 18th century farmhouse. Here’s what ‘French Thanksgiving’ looks like in her home.

Cookbook author Kate Hill traveled Europe by barge before settling in southwestern France

‘Hong Kong is my home’: I am protesting on the front line and refuse to back down

Protester Sonia Ng shares her story in her own words

‘For Sama’ is a horrifying account of the Syrian war. It’s also a love letter from mother to daughter.

The documentary is terrifying, devastating and, surprisingly, tender