'Broad City' Made It Respectable to Be a Reckless, Messy Queen
The show annihilated the negative stigmas about silly, freewheeling young women that were weaved into earlier staple shows.
Two New Skate Films Are Subverting Gender Norms
The girls of 'Skate Kitchen' and boys of 'Minding the Gap' both get to be brave and vulnerable, cocky and complex.
All the Gay Shit
Watch Very Gay New Videos from The Internet, Troye Sivan, and Rita Ora
The videos for "Come Over," "Bloom," and "Girls" are extremely good (and extremely gay).
The Gender Pay Gap Actually Starts When We’re 14
In her book, "The Cost of Being a Girl," Yasemin Besen-Cassino illustrates how pay inequality begins when we first enter the workforce.
'How to Text Good,' Today's Comic by Ida Neverdahl
No matter how simple it may seem, sending the perfect text can take some serious thought.
The Label Giving Girls a Space to Create and Release Their Own Music
In honor of International Women's Day, the Lower East Side Girls Club’s Sound Studio premieres its video for the studio's first song, “You Can Hold Onto My Hand."
What Happens When You Teach Boys to Be Period Allies
To combat the stigma that keeps some girls out of school, UNICEF and other organizations are teaching boys around the world to support their menstruating peers.
How to Know If You Are a ‘Hipster Racist’
Take it from me, your black friend, I know the signs.
'Good Guys' Harass and Abuse Women, Too
This morning, 36 women who worked with Senator Al Franken at SNL published a letter defending his character in light of recent accusations of sexual misconduct. Women's rights advocates explain the negative impact this could have on other survivors.
'You're Not Like the Other Girls,' Today's Comic by Ida Neverdahl
Using corny lines won't get you anywhere with this girl, or any others.
The Ugly Evolution of Cyberbullying
How we progressed from passive-aggressive Myspace bulletins to kids creating two Instagram profiles—one for their friends, another for their bullies.
Men Are Finding Loopholes in US Law to Marry Children
According to a 2017 report, more than 200,000 children—some as young as 13—were married between 2000 and 2015 in the US.