what women want now

"If men got their period, we wouldn't even be having this conversation."
Evidence shows women are often deemed “overly dramatic” and dismissed by medical professionals, which has deadly consequences.
Workers offer their tips, advice and motivations for sharing their lives on social media.
“People want to see more of themselves in office, and we have work to do.”
Real women share what they actually do to take care of themselves.
The goal is to make it more affordable in America — and to improve the quality, too.
Because despite years of sleep deprivation, I still remember the early days of motherhood with alarming clarity.
This International Women’s Day we celebrate some truly badass women.
Give credit to a strong women's movement and laws designed to improve gender equality at work and home.
The pay gap has trapped generations of women. But there’s another way.
When it comes to sexism and harassment, strong women can fend for themselves, Republican women said in a new survey.
Women under 40 are more likely to have grown up with empowering female role models. They’re also more likely to see bias against powerful women.
Race, economic status and especially partisanship help define what women think and what women want.
Strikingly, the U.S. government topped the list of entities that should stay out of it.
We asked more than 1,000 women about sexual harassment, work situations, life pressures and the distribution of household chores. Here's what they said.
Reforms made 15 years ago were supposed to improve the lives of women. But activists say the text is full of loopholes and contradictions.