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'Gloria: A Life' Is About All of Us
Virginia Poised for Historic Vote on Equal Rights Amendment

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'Gloria: A Life' Is About All of Us

By James Wilkinson |
"Gloria: A Life" is littered with dualities. It's this divided spirit of the production that gives it the kick it needs and ultimately makes it worth seeing.

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Texas Moves to Ban Most Abortions Due to Virus Outbreak

Texas Moves to Ban Most Abortions Due to Virus Outbreak

By David Crary, Jim Vertuno, Julie Carr Smyth | Mar 23
The governor and attorney general of Texas are moving to ban most abortions in the state during the coronavirus outbreak, declaring they don't qualify as essential surgeries.

How Women Dress for Other Women

How Women Dress for Other Women

Mar 23
Do women ever dress defensively — to mitigate the chance that other women might go after them?

New Zealand Passes Landmark Law to Decriminalize Abortion

New Zealand Passes Landmark Law to Decriminalize Abortion

By Nick Perry | Mar 18
The new law allows women who are up to 20 weeks pregnant to get an abortion and those over 20 weeks to get one with approval from a health practitioner.

Dior Invokes #MeToo in Feminist-Inspired Fashion Show

Dior Invokes #MeToo in Feminist-Inspired Fashion Show

By Thomas Adamson | Feb 26
"Consent, Consent, Consent" flashed the neon set lights at Dior's latest ready-to-wear show in Paris.

Breast Cancer Survivors Create Products to Help Others

Breast Cancer Survivors Create Products to Help Others

By Anne D'Innocenzio | Feb 22
Women fighting breast cancer are increasingly seeing more options for bras as well as clean beauty treatments and other products that help them look and feel better.

Watch: 24-Hour Girlfriend Road Trip to Siesta Key

Watch: 24-Hour Girlfriend Road Trip to Siesta Key

Feb 5
Girlfriends Jill and Lindsey headed to Florida's Siesta Key —┬ácheck out what they discovered!

Italian-American Emerges as New Star of Italy's Left-Wing

Italian-American Emerges as New Star of Italy's Left-Wing

By Colleen Barry | Feb 2
A dual U.S.-Italian citizen who cut her political organizing teeth on two Barack Obama campaigns is emerging as the latest rising star in Italian politics.

When Lesbians Led the Women's Suffrage Movement

When Lesbians Led the Women's Suffrage Movement

By EDGE | Jan 28
As Americans commemorate the centennial of the 19th Amendment, which granted voting rights to some — but not all — women, it is important to acknowledge the lesbian leaders of the suffrage movement.

Could Mammograms Screen for Heart Disease?

Could Mammograms Screen for Heart Disease?

By American Heart Association | Jan 24
By screening for breast cancer, mammography has helped save hundreds of thousands of lives. Using the test to also screen for heart disease might someday help save many thousands more.

Thousands Gather for Women's March Rallies Across the US

Thousands Gather for Women's March Rallies Across the US

By Lynn Berry | Jan 18
Thousands gathered in cities across the country Saturday as part of the nationwide Women's March rallies focused on issues such as climate change, pay equity, reproductive rights and immigration.

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