"It’s forced me to get comfortable with being uncomfortable, unpopular and unliked ... while wondering whether my family might suffer for my decision."
To shave or not to shave? Millennial women have a complicated relationship with body hair.
Books from bell hooks and Audre Lorde — published more than three decades ago — arrived in Brazilian stores recently. But there’s more work to be done.
Culture & Arts
The rise and fall of the celebrity feminist litmus test provides a helpful lens to consider the decade in feminism at large.
Plus: Why are men getting paid more for parental leave?
President Donald Trump was “curious” as to why no one celebrated the 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage — before the 100th anniversary.
Jada Pinkett Smith and her daughter, Willow, have taught Will Smith a lot about women’s issues, pertaining to the jokes and comments he makes.
Demonstrators projected video of Dr. Christine Blasey-Ford’s testimony outside of a gala dinner honoring Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.
Plus: A female sushi chef overcomes prejudice.
Silvia Federici, author of "Caliban and the Witch," speaks to HuffPost Brazil about a new kind of witch hunt and how it aims to control outspoken women.
Retailers have a long, troubled history of hijacking feminism for profit, not progress.
Serena Williams has always been a champion of equality and inclusion.
Feminist men, stay away from Tucker Carlson's daughters. He says you're all creeps.
“Grace & Frankie” actor June Diane Raphael joins Caroline Modarressy-Tehrani to discuss women in politics in the #MeToo era. She also discusses The Jane Club, the coworking space she co-founded that’s changing the game for working moms (and dads) in Hollywood, and her new book “Represent,” a guide for women interested in running for office.
“Truth Hurts” singer Lizzo has quickly become a twerking, flute-playing pop sensation.
Style & Beauty
9021-oh there's a lot going on here.
“Give women the opportunity to be whatever they want and as multifaceted as they can be. Preconceptions be damned."
Charlie Theron has celebrated feminism and empowerment for years.
Through the Guiding Rage Into Power program, these California inmates are taking accountability for their crimes. Their training includes understanding the violence they’ve committed in the context of trauma and traditional notions of manhood — and it might be the answer to the state’s recidivism problem.
The supermodel left the lingerie brand in 2015, but defended the company's fashion show last year as "so relevant in the world we live in today."