The pay gap for women of color is a chasm. This is a call to action.
The women leading the charge against Trump.
Where to donate that outfit you wore on Election Day.
Plus that recent rape joke drama.
What it was like designing the "computer for the rest of us."
And the secret shame we all carry.
Hint: lots of espresso and tequila.
A reflection on the importance of taking up space.
You, too, can throw tantrums.
Turns out, it's not all scotch and cigars.
"My eighth-grade Women's Issues club would have been so disappointed."
"If you'd waited one more day, you would be dead."
The groundbreaking queer filmmaker on the anniversary of The Watermelon Woman.
Never begrudge a sense of control in a chaotic world.
The social impact of a Facebook feed full of sonogram images.
Actress Amanda Peet opens up about being afraid to look like a science project.
We shouldn't have to live in fear of another Newtown.
In my best-selling novel Luckiest Girl Alive, protagonist Ani FaNelli was assaulted at a party—and I was too.
Hint: It has to do with the 2016 election.
In a new Lenny Letter essay, Dunham draws the line.
A stylist's guide on how to become a more ethically conscious consumer.
SNL's Sasheer Zamata explores how we can make the #OscarsLessWhite.
The National Women's Hockey League and their battle against the wage gap.
Lena Dunham on not accepting shame and fear as the status quo.
A writer reflects on her mother and the way fiction shaped their relationship.
An interview with graphic designer and artist Paula Scher.
An actress reflects on growing up and the empowering impact of defining sexy on her own terms.
Rediscovering the story of Mary Louise, Mary Ann, Mary Alice, and Mary Catherine.
Unpacking the danger of convicted domestic abusers lobbying for their gun rights.