The Boise State University professor has come under fire for his speech made at a conservative event.
We cannot enact policies that risk our civilization for the hollow approval of coastal elites.
Princess Mako was never in line for the throne because Japan—like many countries—only lets royal men rule as emperor.
"There will be no issue about the women's rights—no problem about their education, their work," Taliban spokesperson Suhail Shaheen said a day earlier.
She posted a video to TikTok chronicling her experience which was dubbed the "shortest date in history."
The Duchess of Sussex released a clip calling for mentors to help women back into work, but was criticized for her accent, her smile and even her dog.
Meghan Markle's perfectly curated home office cuts a very different look to the interiors of other members of the royal family.
Thousands of web searches for nude pictures of the two women are made every month—underlining how differently they are treated than male members of the royal family.
Overall, #MeToo has given more women the ability to voice what we don't want. The next step is women having more ability to voice what we do want.
"Rebel Hearts" is on discovery+ but the creators feel "a mini-series" would help tell the full story about this group of rebellious nuns from the 1960s.
We look at the similarities between Annie Murphy's new AMC series "Kevin Can F*** Himself" and Kevin James' controversial sitcom "Kevin Can Wait."
"Game of Thrones" star set to transport her empowering portrayal of strong women characters into a new realm, with the upcoming release of debut comic book "M.O.M.: Mother of Madness."
Other students reported the student for saying women were the weaker sex.
International Women's Day is celebrated annually on March 8 and this year's theme is "Choose to Challenge."
Lorde, who died in 1992, was a civil rights champion and famously described herself as "Black, lesbian, mother, warrior, poet."
The congresswoman-elect sparked a vital conversation about the obstacles for working-class people, and especially women, in politics. Let's have their backs.
Women are fifty-one percent of Unites States' population. But even with this year's gain, their political representation remains a fraction of their male counterparts.
The economic progress women have made in recent decades is frighteningly at risk. That's bad for families—and business.
Abigail Shrier debates Juliet Jacques.
The IOC, and other sporting bodies that take the IOC's lead, should continue to assess on a case-by-case basis, and perhaps draw up firmer guidelines where necessary. But there is a bigger picture, a deeper ethos to consider.
Two-thirds of Republicans agree American society punishes men "just for acting like men," a new survey finds.