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Plus: Just 1 in 3 women in the U.K. would tell their family if they were considering an abortion, according to a new survey.
"Disney princesses gave me unrealistic expectations that I'd have adorable animal servants and way more naps."
The Source, a network of conservative Christian pregnancy centers in Texas, is planning to offer women certain contraceptives but won't provide abortions.
Evangelical male leaders are calling on female preachers to sit down and shut up. But Beth Moore insists that women are also called to be evangelists.
Comedian Julia Wolov responded to a comedy club owner who recently defended his reasons for booking C.K. to perform.
The soccer star celebrated the former 49ers quarterback as "a person filled with conviction, unafraid of the consequences."
Ford paid tribute to the "Know My Name" author and sexual assault survivor for a Time magazine feature on 100 rising stars.
Muslim women are often silenced by their own communities or face Islamophobic stereotypes from outside agencies when they try to seek help.
The accused pastor is now a top candidate to be the senior leader of a Southern Baptist church.
The law required doctors to tell patients they could reverse their "medicated abortion" if they acted quickly and underwent what a judge called "unproven medical treatment."
Plus: Chanel Miller tells her own story after Brock Turner trial.
Rowena Chiu, a former Miramax assistant, says the disgraced Hollywood mogul sexually assaulted her in 1998 in Venice, Italy.
Sexual harassment attorney Genie Harrison has tackled Weinstein and Kevin Spacey -- and now she's going after the system.
A defamation case pitting a powerful artist against an Instagram account could strip away a prized protection for survivors of assault — anonymity.
“If my 11-year-old daughter has her way, we’ll have a woman on Mars in the not-too-distant future,” NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine said.
Astronauts Christina Koch and Jessica Meir are headed to the International Space Station four days earlier to replace a failed battery power controller.
On the second anniversary since the Me Too movement went viral, the founder reminds us to center survivors, not perpetrators.
“Equality can’t wait, and no one in a position to act should either," the philanthropist wrote on Wednesday.
And she's not happy about what she considers a lack of WNBA support when she took two months off for postpartum depression this season.