Plus: What we can learn from matriarchal societies.
"Putting on and taking off a sports bra counts as exercise. Don’t @ me."
German philosopher and researcher Heide Goettner-Abendroth talked to HuffPost France about indigenous cultures that put respect for women at the forefront.
A defamation case pitting a powerful artist against an Instagram account could strip away a prized protection for survivors of assault — anonymity.
The state's abortion law, set to take effect Aug. 28, makes it illegal for women to have an abortion eight weeks into a pregnancy.
A PRRI survey suggests there is no state in which more than 25% of residents support a total ban on abortion.
The lobbyists reportedly created a presentation that compares the men's and women's team's benefits to prove that the women aren't underpaid.
Chantel Grant and Andrea Stoudemire were members of Mothers Against Senseless Killings, which fights to end gang violence on Chicago's South Side.
"It feels like Prince Harry chose a partner who embodies so much of what his mother stood for," the "Orange Is the New Black" actress said.
Plus: Twitter blocks ads for a book about vaginas.
The firm insists it’s a great place for women to work, despite forcing Karen Ward to pay hundreds of thousands just to have her case heard.
Former judge Aaron Persky now coaches girls junior varsity tennis at a high school in California, and many parents are not happy about it.
The former USA Gymnastics team doctor argues that punishments for his federal child pornography conviction violate constitutional protections.
Sexual harassment attorney Genie Harrison has tackled Weinstein and Kevin Spacey -- and now she's going after the system.
Plus: Research to help transgender athletes take the field.
Plus: Reclaiming the word "lesbian."
"Remember, there's going to be more people that like you and appreciate you than people that hate you," Jo Weldon said.
Several women read emotional statements expressing their anger and frustration with the now-defunct case.
“Our democracy is crumbling before my very eyes. And if this motherf**ker can do it, why can't I?” June Diane Raphael told HuffPost.