Tap here to turn on desktop notifications to get the news sent straight to you.
Join HuffPost Plus
HuffPost Her Stories: Twitter Is A Fickle Friend To The Women Of The Me Too Movement
Plus: These Brazilian moms have their LGBTQ kids' backs.
Why India Passed One Of The World’s Toughest Anti-Plastic Laws
By Athar Parvaiz, On Assignment For HuffPost
Does it stand a chance?
The History Of India's Third Gender Movement
Zainab Salbi is an author, media commentator and Founder of Wo...
Fluid understanding of gender can be seen in many cultures around the world. In Native American cultures, people who do not
TAUSEEF MUSTAFA via Getty Images
Here Are The World's Most Dangerous Countries For Women Right Now
The U.S. is the only Western country to make the Thomson Reuters Foundation's list.
New York Public Theater
How This Trans Actress Was Happily Proven Wrong About Show Business
Curtis M. Wong
Aneesh Sheth is "very blessed" to have found her voice on the New York stage.
How Beyonce's 'Ivy Park' Label Should Solve Sweatshop Scandal: Switch Suppliers
Michael Shank, Ph.D.
Beyonce's label, Ivy Park, launched in collaboration with British fast fashion company Topshop, is quickly falling short of her stated goal to "celebrate every woman and the body she's in while always striving to be better".
GMVozd via Getty Images
So THAT'S What Curry Is: The Difference Between The Spice, The Leaves And the Dish
Julie R. Thomson
Turns out curry powder isn't even actually from India.
Andrew Toth via Getty Images
HuffPost Her Stories: Egyptian Feminist Doesn't Want Your 'Hijab Solidarity'
Plus: The cost of a miscarriage in the U.S.
School for Justice
This ‘School For Justice’ Trains Sex Trafficking Survivors To Be Lawyers
“I want to fight against child sexual exploitation and help others like me,” one woman said.
The Internet Is In Danger Of Becoming A Lonely Wasteland For Indian Men
Founder of Jodi Logik and a keen observer of life!
Millions of Indian men and women rely on online matrimonial sites to find a suitable match through arranged marriages. That’s
Do you have info to share with HuffPost reporters?
Facebook, Sunayana Dumala.
Indian Americans Have Always Faced Racism, But 'Model Minorities' Don't Speak Out
The model minority stereotype renders Indians abroad to be complacent.
Real Life. Real News. Real Voices.
Help us tell more of the stories that matter from voices that too often remain unheard.
Join HuffPost Plus
Let us know what you'd like to see as a HuffPost Member.
Take the survey
Culture & Arts
TV & Film
Style & Beauty
Food & Drink
Home & Living
Impact: Project Zero
Impact: This New World
Listen to America
From Our Partners
What's Working: Purpose + Profit