During Black History Month, we are celebrating under-appreciated women, starting with the trailblazing journalist and activist Ida B. Wells.
Jeannie Ralston shares her fan-girl musings on the woman who’s gotten her through the past year.
For the online brand Measure & Made, a sizing system for pants that really fit isn’t just smart fashion, it’s a movement that helps women take back their closets.
We’ve all cried about menopause at some point. But what about laughing instead? A graphic novel that finds the humor is comforting and empowering.
The female founders of Attn: Grace offer sustainable incontinence products and a promise to change the dialogue around aging.
A step-by-step guide to the 5-day fast mimicking diet that is supposed to burn fat and pounds. Jeannie Ralston finds out if it works.
What’s the big deal with the name Karen? Here we look at the origins of the ubiquitous meme, why it’s helpful and hurtful, and offer a fitting fix.
Believing that we’ll never be free from history unless we’re honest about it, Jeannie Ralston examines her troubling experiences with race and her efforts to make amends.
We asked NextTribers for their GOOD memories from the year. We were encouraged to hear about moments, big and small, of beauty and meaning.
With everyone in the same spot doing the same thing (binge-watching, basically), that unsettling feeling, Fear of Missing Out, has been squashed. Can we keep it at bay?