Feminism Overshot the Goal
The early feminists who wanted women to be treated as equals under the law would spin in their graves if they saw where their descendants have gone.
I was born a man. Extreme trans activists make my life harder
Female spaces are designed for biological women and I am well aware that being trans does not mean I fall under that category.
Lack of Access to Health Care Is Killing Women
Women's health is in danger.
Young girls' bodies "designed" to carry babies—Anti-abortion activist
"While a pregnancy might have been difficult on a 10-year-old body, a woman's body is designed to carry life," anti-abortionist Laura Strietmann said Tuesday.
Texas abortion pill ruling could set dangerous legal precedent
Universal injunctions like the one issued by the Texas district judge "put too much pressure on the system to rush to judgment," an expert tells Newsweek.
"Mom's nurse called. It was my birthday. I knew"
The nurse could barely get the words out. "Your mom, she....she..."
Fury as boss tries to force worker of 20 years to write resignation-"Duped"
"They are Absolutely trying to dupe her here," one user wrote. "If she gives them a letter of resignation, her unemployment claim will be denied."
Women Need a Seat at the Table on Tackling Climate Challenge
Women are central to solving the climate crisis.
A Novel Initiative to Promote Global Women's Rights
We do not need more treaties and laws. We need countries, including the United States, to enforce the protections guaranteed in their own constitutions, their laws, and the international treaties they have signed.
Boycott Hershey's calls over trans woman in International Women's Day promo
"Here's the thing about real women, Hersheys: we have long memories," said Abigail Shrier, author of "Irreversible Damage: The Transgender Craze Seducing Our Daughters."
Scottish Leader Pays the Price of Going 'Woke'
Self-ID is a lofty idea that was never going to withstand the pressures of reality upon full implementation.
The World Must Stop Female Genital Mutilation
Women matter. Their autonomy matters. Their futures matter.
USRowing Denies Fairness for Female Athletes
USRowing rejected fairness for female rowers of all ages and levels with the release of its updated Gender Identity Policy.
Donald Trump Jr. says SCOTUS "covering up" leaker to protect Democrats
Donald Trump suggested the Supreme Court were "covering up" who leaked the draft ruling overturning Roe v. Wade.
Oklahoma anti-drag bill will outlaw women displaying "feminine persona"
Oklahoma Republican Kevin West is trying to introduce new legislation banning drag shows and drag queen story hours in front of kids.
A Promise to the Brave, Young Activists Worldwide
For girls and women the world over, the fight for humanity and dignity is as alive as ever.
Missouri Republicans' dress code for women blasted: "So many questions"
The Republican-controlled Missouri House of Representatives approved changes to the chamber's dress code preventing women legislators from showing bare arms.
The Global Abolition of Sex
On December 22, the Scottish Parliament passed a controversial new law that allows for "gender self-ID."
Abortion activist mocked by Matt Gaetz given Voice of the Year award
Texas activist Olivia Julianna had been body-shamed by the Florida congressman and other GOP politicians on Twitter.
China, Russia support Iran as U.N. condemns lack of women's rights
China and Russia voted to keep Iran part of the U.N.'s premier governing body on women's empowerment and gender equality, despite the ongoing unrest in Iran.
"I stopped wearing the hijab. It was a relief"
After seeing the courage of the women in Iran, I feel compelled to call out what I now see as injustice.
World Cup's first all-female referee team draws mixed internet response
Stéphanie Frappart, Karen Diaz and Neuza Back have been announced as the referees for a Thursday match featuring Germany and Costa Rica.
How Women's Rights Are Being Suffocated in President Saied's Tunisia
What is happening in Tunisia is a cautionary tale of how a system without solid safeguards can crumble just like a house of cards.
Iran's supreme leader vows to finish "evil" women's rights protesters
Ayatollah Ali Khamenei's remarks came as several demonstrators have been sentenced to death, with over 1,000 protesters facing charges.
'No longer afraid': How Iranian women fight surveillance with sanitary pads
"If they force us to do things like [wearing the] hijab and filter everything for us, we will filter their visibility," one woman in Iran told Newsweek.
Gender, Environment and Climate Change
As postcolonial ecofeminists have long cautioned, the international community needs to ensure that in championing the gender and climate change connections and putting women at the forefront of this, it should not perpetuate harmful stereotypes that relegate the Third World woman as repositories of care for the environment.
There's More to Women's Rights Than Abortion
Democrats focused all of their energy in reminding women their only hope of restoring federal abortion rights was to vote blue.
Pete Davidson, Nick Cannon 'only two life paths' for women—viral tweet
The tweet poked fun at Davidson's dating history and Cannon's eye-raising paternity feats, as he prepares to welcome his 12th child.
Iran protesters refuse to back down as first execution sentence handed down
Despite a deadly crackdown from Iranian authorities, mass protests continue across the country.
Iran Parliament chants 'death to seditionists' in protest punishment call
Nearly 15,000 Iranians have been arrested in connection with the protests, which were spurred by the death of Mahsa Amini in September.