The comments by governing party leader Jaroslaw Kaczynski that tied women's alcohol consumption to low birthrates quickly drew criticism from opposition politicians, activists and celebrities.
The milestone places New Zealand among a half-dozen nations in the world that this year can claim at least 50% female representation in their parliaments, according to the Inter-Parliamentary Union.
In her new book, writer — and mother of six — Gabrielle Blair makes the case that the abortion debate should focus much more on men's roles in unintended pregnancy.
As the economy unravels, "everyone is getting a bike," says one young resident. It's the cheapest way to get around. But the Taliban's conservative culture means women cyclists are not welcome.
The race for an open U.S. Senate seat in Ohio has put abortion rights and women voters in the national spotlight.
An exhibition of theater lobby cards at New York's Poster House celebrates women's contributions to silent movies both in front and behind the camera.
A reported $350 million investment into a new, yet-to-be-launched real estate venture founded by WeWork co-founder Adam Neumann reveals just how biased the venture capital industry is, experts say.
Sadik became the architect of groundbreaking U.N. action that recognized for the first time that women have the right to control their reproductive and sexual health.
Some nonprofit groups have welcomed the U.S. Supreme Court decision. But many global reproductive and women's rights groups condemned the ruling.
A newly released report shows men's college athletic programs received more than double that of women's programs in allocated resources in 2020.
Allyson Felix is the most decorated US track and field athlete in history. As she wraps up her last season, she focuses on supporting other athletes moms.
The 7-member band hails from a conservative part of the country. They sing about female genital cutting, child marriage and gender equality. And they rock.
Activist Heather Booth and the Jane Collective provided thousands of women with abortions before Roe v. Wade.
A leaked draft of the U.S. Supreme Court’s highly anticipated ruling on abortion rights suggests the nation’s highest court could soon overturn Roe v. Wade and unleash states like Georgia to severely restrict access to the procedure. The unofficial ruling, which was obtained by Politico, became public a couple months before a decision was expected, immediately jolting Georgia politics as early voting starts for this year’s primary election.