Marisa Kabas writes, "I started International Women's Day psyched to stand shoulder-to-shoulder with other Trump-weary feminists, and ended it by locking my Twitter account and sobbing alone on the couch. This day of female empowerment culminated in an online attack on my values by other women, and
Annalyn Kurtz writes, "Florida may be the first state to close the gender wage gap. Women in Wyoming, however, may have to wait until year 2153 until they make as much as their male counterparts. That’s according to projections released by the Institute for Women’s Policy Research on Wednesday.
Ipsita Agarwal writes, "On November 5, 2013, a rocket launched toward Mars. It was India’s first interplanetary mission, Mangalyaan, and a terrific gamble. Only 40 percent of missions sent to Mars by major space organizations — NASA, Russia’s, Japan’s, or China’s — had ever been a success. No space
Daniel Hurst writes, "The Japanese golf club at the centre of a sexism row has bowed to pressure from Olympic officials and will overturn restrictions on female membership. The Kasumigaseki country club, north-west of Tokyo, was threatened with the loss of its status as a 2020 Olympics venue if it
Siobhán O'Grady writes, "On a sunny afternoon in November 2015, police officers from Marsabit, Kenya, were driving north along a bumpy dirt road, heading toward the village of Segel. There were two officers in the car, but it was the woman in the passenger seat who was navigating their journey, issu