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The History of the Slogan T-Shirt
How simple words on a garment can help bring about social and cultur…
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Rose McGowan Is Selling House to Pay Legal Fees

The author of 'BRAVE' continues her battle against the producer.

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How Men Are Responding to the #MeToo Hashtag
Men are now pledging to help women in the fight against sexual haras…
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Emma Watson interviewed Margaret Atwood about The Handmaid's Tale
Emma Watson Interviewed Margaret Atwood About 'The Handmaid's Tale'

And the F-word was mentioned more than once.

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Watch Justin Trudeau Explain Why We Need More Women in Leadership Positions

"Including women and promoting women to positions of power isn't just a nice thing to do, it's the smartest possible thing to do."

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Watch: This Spice Girls Remake Just Took "Girl Power" To A Whole New Level

A powerful new campaign is bringing a new meaning to #WhatIReallyReallyWant.

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James Corden and Cyndi Lauper Perform "Girls Just Want Equal Funds" Duet

Pink wigs and a feminist twist on the classic '80s girl anthem? Yes, please.

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Amber Rose Had the Perfect Response to Male Critics' Views on Slut-shaming and Consent

"It doesn't matter how far I take it or what I have on. When I say no, it means no."

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Why Emma Watson Is Taking a Year Off from Acting

"It's a really cool period of time for me."

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This Is What History Would Look Like Without Men

A powerful portrayal of women's role in history, and an inspiring reminder of the influence even just a few individuals can have.

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Please Stop Acting Like We Vote with Our Vaginas
Just because we share an anatomy with Carly Fiorina doesn't mean we're automatic converts—especially in light of her anti-woman policie…
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Amy Poehler's #SmartGirlsAsk Campaign Is Changing the Red Carpet Conversation

She wants women to answer more than just "who are you wearing?"

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26-Year-Old Woman Free Bleeds Proudly Through Her First Marathon

Kiran Gandhi had a choice: Skip her first 26.2-mile race because of her period, or run the marathon and let it flow.