The United States makes the list as one of the most dangerous countries for women thanks due in part to the rise of the #MeToo movement.
Rachel Winard, founder of the cult organic skin care line Soapwalla, opens up to writer Molly Shea about feeling shunned by the beauty industry as a queer woman.
A 13-year-old girl was bullied by female classmates for wearing shorts and a T-shirt in 80-degree weather, and her response was powerful.
This diverse and inclusive photo shoot has 14 women, each representing a unique group: Curvy women, women of color, women with mental or physical disabilities, women with rare medical conditions, and women with vitiligo.
Duckworth made sure her 10-day-old daughter had on "a jacket so she doesn’t violate the Senate floor dress code (which requires blazers)."
Even young women are at risk for a heart attack, and women in general tend to present with atypical symptoms, such as what feels like indigestion, which are easy to overlook.
"If you have a negative comment or you don’t think transgender people should be a part of this, then you're not living in today’s century."
Yahoo Lifestyle is spotlighting under-the-radar female designers, companies, and products whose proceeds benefit women's causes, such as #TimesUp, Planned Parenthood, and She Should Run.
Everyone loved the powerful ad. The only problem is, people were confused about who the commercial was for. Many took to Twitter to mistakenly give Dove the credit for ... a Twitter ad.
For Eleanor Curry, the things at the top of her list are, of course, her children and her job, in addition to traveling and spending time with the friends who empower and inspire her — six of whom she invited on a trip to Los Angeles for a totally boss photoshoot.
Joy Mangano, inventor of the Miracle Mop and inspiration behind the Jennifer Lawrence biopic "Joy," talks to Yahoo Lifestyle about balancing her professional goals and being a working mom. Mangano agrees with Sheryl Sandberg that working women can "lean in" and "have it all."
For a woman who grows hair on her face and chest because of PCOS, Halloween can be uncomfortable. What is for her a natural look gets mistaken for a costume, and then come the comments.
A proposed law in France will fine cat-callers and wolf-whistlers on the spot. The new initiative, led by gender equality minister Marlène Schiappa, is seeking to tackle sexism, sexual violence and harassment in the European country. According to RTL, the bill will be voted on by members of Parliament next year.