In ’86, the Supreme Court voted unanimously that what happened to Mechelle Vinson at work was criminal. Here’s what she thinks about current setbacks and hopes for women.
Is California’s junior senator and media darling the real deal or just the flavor of the month who checks all the boxes? Lorraine Glennon takes a close look.
A descendant of the famous family known for service, the renowned filmmaker is pushing hard to protect our planet and elevate women. She talks about art and activism with NextTribe’s Sheila Weller.
The new anti-sexual harassment fervor is fabulous, amazing, essential—but longtime feminist writer Sheila Weller says we should handle it with care.
Only 28 percent of this crucial demographic are planning to vote next month. Stephanie Dolgoff has a plan to boost those numbers. Read on.
Last week in New York, we gathered accomplished speakers and a vibrant sold-out crowd to say “Screw Invisibility!” to those who ignore women our age.
They say it’s a “he said-she said” case, but Wendy Murphy, a prominent attorney who specializes in sexual violence cases, explains why she thinks Kavanaugh is not credible.
Gone are the days when everyone thought we were flower child tree huggers just for preaching about recycling. Now there are whole villages dedicated to being green.
Some cocktail-party banter about the hearings for the Supreme Court nominee has Stephanie Dolgoff thinking about her teenage years, sexual assault—and the role we all play in ending it.
Female candidates are kicking butt and taking names in record numbers and winning the vote all over the place. Let’s keep the momentum going!
For the first time since the Harvey Weinstein reckoning, Rosanna Arquette talks about how her warnings about him may have hurt her career, her true heroes and why her long-time work supporting exploited women and LGBT youth has become more important than ever.
Laid-off, Divorced and In Search of New Meaning: How Sandi Bachom Became the Filmmaker of the Resistance
A former ad exec got dealt some tough blows—which only made her tougher. Sherry Amatenstein shares how this fierce 70-something channeled her political fury into a new calling.
Needing a life change, caterer Bonnie Lee Black did something drastic and headed to Africa on a humanitarian mission. Here, her journal of what she discovered about chickens, friendship—and herself.
In towns across America, Muslim and Jewish women are quietly gathering to eliminate hate. Eileen Stukane shares a remarkable story
“Bingo wings.” “Cafeteria-lady arms.” Most of us have heard the nasty terms for our midlife upper arms. Writer Stephanie Dolgoff says screw that and tells us why this is the summer to bare yours proudly (and offers 7 acceptable reasons for not doing so)
A slice of cake, her son by her side—environmental writer Diane MacEachern thought her birthday was going wonderfully. Then the skies opened, the streets flooded, and disaster threatened all around. Here’s her story of strength and survival.
Was it a #MeToo moment? Writer Lisa Bain has a flashback of a long-forgotten incident and wonders how it impacted her—and why it stayed buried in her mind for so long
Good for the planet, good for your wallet: Follow this wise advice from our own eco-expert Diane MacEachern on how to get your home more sustainable than ever.
Did you know that the fashion industry is a major environmental offender? Diane MacEachern reveals the not-so-chic truth—and how to find style that’s sustainable.