Bobbilee Hartman started Lodged Out as a way to connect with others. Five years later, her award-winning events are helping others to find community and inspiration.
Taking chances isn’t always easy, but artist Genevieve Cohn believes embracing uncertainty can lead to amazing things.
An “explosion of grassroots energy” has taken hold in Maine since President Donald Trump took office. Now women lead the fight against his Supreme Court nominee, Brett Kavanaugh.
Savita Halappanavar died due to restrictive abortion laws, but her tragedy propelled a landslide victory for women’s rights in Ireland.
Inclusive sex-positive content is surprisingly hard to find. Math Magazine is on a mission to change that.
In her new project, “outside:IN” Painter Morgan Everhart shares her insights into how art making can cultivate unique feelings and memories.
January 23–27, 2018 at the Center at West Park: SXRVXVE showcases works from 22 national and international artists responding to social inequality.
Why women’s communities are moving off Facebook and into real spaces.
Developing a healthy sense of self-confidence as an adult may make it easier to deal with the office bully.
When Mindy Abovitz couldn’t find a community of female drummers and beatmakers, she decided to build it herself.
A growing drag king scene in New York, led by Lee Valone Velour and others, shows that masculinity comes in many forms, and gender is performance.
Twenty-five years after surviving childhood sex abuse, one woman confronts her fears of motherhood.
In her new story collection, “The Protester Has Been Released,” Sarbanes presents a timely meditation on the dangers of authority, the importance of community, and the wisdom of nature.
Artificial intelligence apps like Alexa are improving the way we use technology, but they’re also revealing the pervasiveness of sexism in the process.
Alexandra LaPlante tells her story of living a polyamorous life to help make a world where women aren’t afraid to try new types of relationships.