Pope Francis' affection for beauty vloggers and author Lindy West's memoir are among the five things we loved this week.
Lindy West is both bold and vulnerable in her new memoir that skewers fat shaming, period stigma and harassment.
A year ago this entrepreneurial pair set up a new online magazine dedicated to helping busy women declutter their lives.
Enforcing a 'high heels only' policy is just one way women's appearances are scrutinized.
Varsha hopes education will be her exit ticket from a life of service.
Emojis proposed include female scientists, farmers and rock stars.
Once forgotten Scottish author Nan Shepherd will feature on the new Scottish £5 note.
More than 1,000 girls as young as ten are being put through the "brutal" practice in the U.K.
Three decades later, Varda's iconic film "Jane B. par Agnès V" finally gets its U.S. release.
Watson and Whitaker launched the HeForShe Arts Week on Tuesday, which was International Women's Day.
Six women give their top priorities
A Bristol company will become the first in Britain to grant female employees menstrual leave.
The former leader of the Labour Party was behind the idea to make transparency on pay a reality.
Let's end the gender-based stereotyping that blights so many hopes and lives, says Chi Onwurah.
The controversial pick-up artist wants followers to 'hold journalists fully accountable for their incitement.'
MP Jess Phillips said Britain should not "rest on our laurels" when women in the country experience regular violence