The ambiguous feminist legacy of the world’s most powerful woman.
Pedro Sánchez hopes to bolster his feminist credentials—and take on the far right.
“We want it to be aspirational,” said co-chair of U.S. President Joe Biden’s policy council.
The city-state’s ban on the procedure is making its demographic problems worse.
Even as other domains of policy diversify, peacemaking is still left almost entirely to men.
A gruesome case of “vicarious violence” in Spain raises new questions about whether abusive partners can ever be good parents.
Sonia Faleiro writes a searing account of the case of two Indian girls found hanging from a mango tree—and uncovers dark societal truths about how and why they died.
Examples from around the world show that restrictions can actually lead to more, not fewer, abortions.
Six Afghan women describe their feelings of fear, anger, and betrayal in the wake of America’s departure.
In a conversation in March, U.N. officials on the ground questioned whether some reports of mass rapes in the Tigray fight were “media hype.”
Many are fleeing or in hiding. Women, some locked out of their outlets, are in particular danger.
Malaysian mothers can’t automatically pass on their nationality to foreign-born children. The pandemic has worsened the law’s ill effects.