A scourge of health problems has nail salon workers wondering about the industry's safety standards.
The lovelorn, fragile women the media once revered have given way to skank posses of the skinny, the slutty and the overindulged.
Wendy Shalit's new book pits "good girls" against "girls gone wild." But where's the middle ground?
Demonized for decades by ideological foes on the right and left, the mother of the birth control movement is finally able to speak for herself.
A Cuban writer pays tribute to Vilma Espín, wife of Raúl Castro and Cuba's first lady, who fought tirelessly for the rights of women in a male-dominated country.
The Dangerous Book for Boys does no boy a favor by resuscitating the Anglo-imperial manly ideals. And what about girls?
Some of the same feminists who loved Hillary as First Lady are now fiercely opposing her bid for the White House.
Who says American feminists have ignored the plight of Muslim women?
In a gruesome marriage of technology and medieval barbarity, an Internet video records the stoning death of a 17-year-old Kurdish girl. Welcome to the new Iraq.
The marketing-driven message of the perfect girl--smart, skinny, pretty, athletic and loved by all--is a model of perfection that's hard to live up to. Can't girls just be free to be?