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“There is something very relatable to a woman finding her voice, to a woman standing in a room with men and being out-talked and overlooked,” said Liz Hannah, who wrote the screenplay with Josh Singer.
Advocates for the right to obtain an abortion say new requirements will make it more difficult for women to access the procedure.
Advocates for sexual assault victims feared the move would curb protections and could discourage victims from speaking out.
By having women flex their economic muscle, organizers hope to call attention to issues such as the gender pay gap and reproductive health services.
Women who were turned away were more likely to report anxiety symptoms, lower self-esteem and lower life satisfaction.
In a first-of-its-kind law, Massachusetts employers must pay men and women equally for “comparable work” and can no longer ask about salary history on job interviews.
More misogyny amid climbing unfavorable poll numbers for women — despite his frequent claims of the opposite.
Women On 20s makes headlines as it petitions President Obama to put a woman’s face on the vastly popular $20 bill.
Running against a female incumbent, Scott Brown—who has two daughters of his own—insists that voters care more about immigration, border security, veterans issues and Obamacare.
One Supreme Court justice questions whether some of the court’s justices have a “blind spot” for women and women’s rights.
The U.S. Supreme Court declares that the Affordable Care Act can not force companies to provide contraceptive coverage to employees.
The president told Planned Parenthood that both he—and the Affordable Care Act—support women’s reproductive rights.