While abortion is often talked about in ideological terms, in many states it's a lack of brick-and-mortar clinics that prevents women from seeking the care they need.
The IAAF's ruling against the South African athlete reveals a lack of understanding about gender and how testosterone affects performance.
Maria Mitchell was the only widely recognized and respected female astronomer of her time—something she fought to change.
Workers march during a rally outside of the City and County of San Francisco Human Resources office on March 7th, 2019, in San Francisco, California.
On its third anniversary, the march faces serious controversy—and probably a much lower turnout than in previous years.
A child stands alongside the Fearless Girl after a ceremony unveiling the statue's new permanent location outside the New York Stock Exchange on December 10th, 2018.
ProtestErs react after Turkish anti-riot police used tear gas against women's rights activists marching to protest against gender violence in Istanbul.
President John Magufuli has suspended advertising by family planning organizations, raising outcry among human rights groups.
Despite being declared illegal in 2017, many citizens around the country still adhere to menstrual restrictions, known regionally as chhaupadi.
Americans are uncomfortable with men making decisions about women's rights.
In Dar es Salaam, more women are gaining access to careers in engineering—and they're bringing innovative and inclusive ideas along with them.
The complaint alleges Facebook discriminated against women and non-binary people by allowing employers to target men in job advertisements.
Despite a recent government initiative aimed at providing financial services to women in India, the populations most in need of assistance aren't seeing the benefits.
Legal scholars have long argued that Roe protects more than just abortion access.
In the Niger Delta, women are processing palm oil, instead of crude, to provide for their families. However, the environmental impacts of palm oil plantations have some pleading for caution.
Forget the Protestant work ethic. What we're experiencing is the secularization success.
In response to reports of the abuse of maids in the Gulf, Nepal made it illegal for women to travel to the region for domestic work in 2016—yet many still choose to travel abroad due to lack of economic options in their homeland.
A conversation with Joan Carling, Filipino gender equality advocate, former adviser to the United Nations, and an enemy of the state, according to the Duterte government.
Women in the country are missing out on the tech boom, and those who do work in the industry say companies and the government need to do more to help bolster their ranks.
Chess boxing—literally a combination of chess and boxing—strengthens the minds and bodies of young women in the country, while also giving them a path toward a better life.
Experiencing early wage discrimination can set women back again and again, as small-percentage raises prevent them from ever truly breaking the cycle.
The percentage difference between women and men with bank accounts hasn't shifted in seven years. Experts say better products need to be made to address this problem.
The group is utilizing sustainable agroforestry techniques to revitalize their region and tackle food insecurity.
In her new book, Dusenbery provides a comprehensive and much-needed look at how sexism in the medical field is hurting women.