"Last year, I came out as nonbinary, and this new experience of gender is rapidly altering my relationship with feminism."
Michelle Obama, Greta Thunberg, Emma Watson, Nancy Pelosi and many more shared what the day means to them.
You'd think millennial couples would be more egalitarian in their approach to household chores, but you'd be wrong.
The candidate said there are three women who have made complaints about his behavior, and he will not oppose them if they decide to speak publicly.
The company that made Michael Bloomberg his billions has told government watchdogs it hires fewer women and pays them less than men.
Surrounded by white men on a daily basis, Farah Alibay is committed to increasing diversity and the visibility of women in her field.
Players on the World Cup-winning U.S. women's national soccer team are suing soccer officials for “institutionalized gender discrimination,” demanding equal pay.
The heavier men were, the more persuasive they seemed, a Cornell study found.
The tennis superstar also weighs in on her biggest inspirations and where she sees herself in five years.
The actor also weighs in on the lack of awards season recognition for women directors.
The war over women's equality is just getting going, and it’s going to be bruising with the Trump administration already signaling its stand against the ERA.
When Capt. Rachelle Thomas came back from war, a new battle for gender equality and wellness began.
The pay gap shows up even though women have access to more kinds of paid leave.
Democrats Julián Castro, Elizabeth Warren, Kamala Harris and more raised awareness for Latina Equal Pay Day.
The team launched a campaign to pressure FIFA to provide equal prize-money at World Cups ahead of the women’s tournament in France earlier this year.
"Let’s create a new normal," the director tweeted about her upcoming OWN series, which achieved full gender parity.
Ivanka Trump told the AP that the kingdom of Morocco is a valued U.S. ally that has “taken strides” under King Mohammed VI to promote gender equality.
The Democratic presidential contender unveiled a sweeping plan to address gender inequality.
At the height of the Me Too movement, the message of the training seminar was "fix the women."
The Vermont teenagers said they were inspired by the U.S. Women's National Soccer Team to advocate for closing the gender pay gap.