"The show exposes the extent to which relationships are about trading sex for money—or, less bluntly, love for security."
The multihyphenate reflects on her past (including her coming out story in this magazine), the present movement for Black trans lives, and how she’s shaping the future of Hollywood.
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Ciara McDonald, a single mother of three in Jackson, Mississippi, received $1,000 a month for a year. Here’s what happened.
After decades of fighting for recognition by the IOC, surfers will finally compete in the Olympic Games in Tokyo in 2021. Three American women are the best in the world—but only two of them can rep Team USA.
Nicole Shanahan and Sergey Brin’s struggle to start a family launched a new era in scientific research. The goal: End menopause.
Makeda Davis emerged from more than seven years in prison to a life that is complicated, unfamiliar, and, sometimes, soul crushing.
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In Ukraine, COVID-19 has left surrogates trapped and newborns abandoned.
With little federal support, the female leaders of this matriarchal society have had to take matters into their own hands.
The 'Nikki Fre$h' star is living the simple life she was always meant to.
When she's not on set, the actress goes undercover to help cops catch men who have sex with children.
If the past year has proven anything, it's that women have come a long way in the space program—but we still have light-years to go.
These changemakers—teens and septuagenarians alike—are putting in the work to right our environmental wrongs before it's too late.
Emily Rostkowski is an oncology nurse and cancer survivor herself. But now she spends her days in the center of the coronavirus storm.
With a new album and buzzy ballroom-competition show, the hot girl evangelist promises this summer will be a scorcher.
In California, homeless and housing-insecure families struggle to find safe places to shelter from coronavirus.
"For a long time while I was in the public eye, I didn’t know who the real me was."
In exclusive interviews with her friends and family, Marie Claire goes behind the scenes of her last (failed) attempt to flee Dubai and their fight to #FreeLatifa.
She tormented studio executives, actors, makeup artists, photographers, screenwriters, and athletes for years—until Nicoletta Kotsianas was put on the case.