The Handmaid's Tale

The red cape and white bonnet have become recognisable symbols around the world, even if you’ve never read Margaret Atwood’s “The Handmaid’s Tale” or seen the TV adaptation. As the anticipated sequel, “The Testaments” hits the shelves, we take a look at how the iconic handmaid's outfit has become a symbol of protests around the world.
Margaret Atwood launched the initiative with a video that shows her attempting in vain to incinerate the classic novel about a totalitarian patriarchy.
In Justice Alito’s draft opinion, “a sin within a certain set of religious beliefs is to be made a crime for all,” she writes, evoking her novel of enslaved women.
Raskin said it appears the opinion, which he noted looks authentic, would eliminate all rights to any abortion.
The chosen name reminded many people of both the Marvel Cinematic Universe and "The Handmaid's Tale."
Shawn Van Daele said that upsetting people was "sort of the point."
Kylie Jenner’s controversial “Handmaid’s Tale” party — Gwyneth Paltrow reveals she and her husband don’t live together full-time — and is Reese Witherspoon’s daughter dating a Ryan Phillipee look alike? “ICYMI By HuffPost” takes a closer look at some of the most talked about headlines of the week.
The cast of the Hulu series warns that state abortion crackdowns bring the U.S. "one step closer" to the dystopian world of the show.
Actor O-T Fagbenle, who plays Luke Bankole on the Hulu show, talks about the destructive nature of Gilead and the confusion it creates around raising children.
The makeup mogul transformed her house to mirror the brutal regime in the dystopian Hulu drama.