When the "notorious" Poillon sisters moved to Manhattan, they embarked on a life of enacting revenge on men who'd done them wrong, skipping out on a lot of hotel bills, and suing everyone.
A straight male artist in Brooklyn is stimulating feminists around the world with his anatomically correct "clitorings."
On October 31, 1957, Goldyne Pizer rang Peter Fabiano's doorbell and shot him in the chest.
Ashley Zelinskie is a Star Trek-obsessed nerd creating art with the 3D printer and super computer she built herself.
For Sumer Sommerfeld, modeling means sacrificing a "normal life." For her family, it means navigating if, when, and how to push her to the top.
For women of color and trans women, working a dream job at a high-end salon often comes with a price: their hair, their names, and their identities.
In a recreational art workshop, ten female inmates made their own version of Judy Chicago's iconic feminist artwork "The Dinner Party." Now, it's on display at the Brooklyn Museum.
When photographer Mia Berg started working for a plastic surgeon, she learned that before-and-after photos can be about much more than looking good.