Domestic violence victims are 500 percent more likely to be killed if their abuser has a gun.

I have enormous respect for the students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School who are advocating to not live in fear of mass shootings at the March for Our Lives.

In addition to tragic and increasingly common mass shootings, we must not forget the anonymous women who are killed by intimate partners every day. What would it look like to fully advocate for women’s safety?

Could we start by saying that individuals who have a history of domestic abuse or restraining orders aren’t allowed to buy new guns, as is being considered in some states?

What can we learn from the leadership of Parkland students? What’s the intersection between #MeToo and #NeverAgain?

During the summer, dappled sunlight transports me back in time. Here’s how.

Suddenly I’m 13 again, waiting for my mom to pick me up from swim practice

I say ‘I’m sorry’ way too much. I’m refusing to do so anymore — and I challenge other women to do the same.

Refusing to over-apologize doesn’t make women rude

I work as an art tutor for high schoolers. The way they choose to portray female bodies is deeply worrying.

It’s easy to help students with skills — but more difficult to change their perceptions of beauty