Women's Empowerment

The "Good Place" actress called on women to “make memories that extend beyond what you have eaten today."
Plus: Why are women still doing Bikram yoga?
Martina Pastorino traveled over 400 miles on foot to deliver the message that "to be a woman is to be strong."
Weight Watchers, now called WW, is promoting a new "behavior change program" for kids ages 8 to 17.
"I’m 29. I’m fed up with being put in a box," wrote the star on social media in an impassioned post about being sexy and celebrating her age despite the critics.
Plus: Research to help transgender athletes take the field.
Brazil's government doesn't want to talk about "obstetric violence," but that won't end mistreatment of pregnant women.
“I’m writing this for girls like my little sister who are growing up on social media," the "Senorita" singer wrote on an Instagram story this weekend.
"I am a beach. I literally don’t give a fuck," the work says. "I am entirely indifferent to your body mass index."
Peeing in public is not only stressful and difficult for women — it also exposes them to the risk of assault.
"All Asians aren’t the stereotype of being small and petite," Michelle Elman said. "Being Asian is not one look."
The state's abortion law, set to take effect Aug. 28, makes it illegal for women to have an abortion eight weeks into a pregnancy.
"The last time that people thought Roe was in this kind of jeopardy was the early 1990s."
“I allowed my stretch marks to whisper: ‘You are a grown ass women who has ... STRETCHED in ways you never thought you could,'" the "Claws" actress wrote.
Is there no limit to what rich white guys can get away with?
Plus: 7 weird examples of how women pay more than men for the same thing.
“This legislation is about equality and dignity,” Gov. Chris Sununu (R) said after signing the bill into law.