After more than a decade as a hitmaker for ABC, Shonda Rhimes is moving to Netflix and the move is drawing a lot of attention.
Growing up in a working-class family, Tracy Moore’s childhood was defined by what she lacked—financial security and social mobility.
Independent voices have always been needed to challenge the status quo for minority groups and viewpoints. What happens when a beloved indie publication closes its proverbial doors?
The world of publishing has traditionally been considered a boys’ club. But according to publishing executive Erin Cox, sexism is only part of the picture.
STEM-oriented professions are experiencing significant growth, but is gender still a problem?
Recent shifts in women’s media are leading to questions about what lies ahead.
In 1693, the first women’s magazine, The Ladies’ Mercury, begins publication. Its run only lasts for four issues.
A recent Forbes article reported that two million Americans quit their jobs every month, mostly out of a sense of dissatisfaction and disempowerment. Despite a fraught economic climate and a high unemployment rate, the report suggests that there is something compelling about leaving behind a difficult situation for the promise of a better future. But how does that career shift manifest? And how are women’s professional lives affected by these decisions?
For comedians Carolyn Castiglia and Lane Moore, painful topics mean opportunities for entertainment and connection.
When “The Golden Girls” premiered on primetime television in 1985, the show was considered revolutionary for its portrayal of single women entering their golden years with a zest for life (and sex). I was only four when it first aired, but I discovered it with interest several years later, as an eight-year-old growing up in New York City.
At a time when doping has become extremely common in professional sports, it’s time to acknowledge a fundamental truth about female athletes.
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Remember watching Mystery Science Theater with your friends in college? Well, I recently went to…