Around the world, women are signing up to learn the art of combining spirituality and sexuality. I went to a class to see what all the fuss is about, and—hopefully—release some emotion from my vagina.
A public service announcement.
In myths and fairytales, women poisoned their rivals with gaudy accessories; in the 19th century, they unknowingly wore dresses dyed with arsenic.
While a third of global drug users are women and girls, only one in five drug treatment recipients is female.
Instagrammer and kickboxer Sara Kawthar asks the question: "How far can we push the idea of what it means to be a strong woman?"
No, twerking is not one of them.
Do the mysterious, unscented love-chemicals actually work?
The movement has consistently alienated women like me.
Tom Ford thinks they should. But do the men of London agree?
Women from across Europe talk about what it's like to walk home alone at night.
Way to go, men.
What pushes women to want to be hammered, surrounded by men who aren't as drunk?