The pandemic made telemedicine mainstream. Now, a skin check or a cold prescription is just a video call away. But when it comes to abortion, just because it’s “virtual” doesn’t mean it’s any easier. In fact, a new SCOTUS ruling is making it all the more difficult.
In the face of decades of cultural erasure, the Sámi women are striving to keep their culture, language, and livelihoods alive.
The queen of country discusses her Christmas album, Netflix film, and 365-wig collection with the queen of drag, RuPaul.
Fans from a new digitally savvy generation are putting their stamp on the traditional greeting-card business.
Repeated instances of flagrant injustice within our borders have galvanized a new civil rights movement here—and around the world. Here, some of the women leading the fight.
With their superhero epic delayed, Scarlett Johansson and Florence Pugh talk the real-life plot twists 2020 is throwing at them.
The Christian church’s norms provide the perfect cover for sexual predators—and leave their victims feeling like the sinners.
An oral history of the film that rewrote the modern Hindi rom-com.
“They say silence is violence, and I refuse to be complicit in my silence.”
A hard look at voter data reveals the true impact women have on who gets to sit in the Oval Office.
If Kamala Harris makes history this November, her husband, Doug Emhoff, will too. Meet the man who could be America’s first second gentleman (or whatever he’s going to be called).
Everyone is after your data—it's being tracked, stored, stolen, and used against you. Here's how to protect yourself online.
The queen of the Internet is going offline to build a better future for her kids—and the rest of us.
"The show exposes the extent to which relationships are about trading sex for money—or, less bluntly, love for security."
“I am voting because I want change. I want radical, life-altering, culture-shifting change.”
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.
A rideshare is supposed to be the safe option after a night out, but for these women, the reality was the opposite.
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.