According to Silverstone, her "American Woman" character has a trait that everyone can learn from.
On Tuesday, during Fox & Friends, Mcenany attacked Wolf’s Netflix special. “Michelle Wolf represents a very angry, militant-type of feminism that’s very hypocritical. You know, she says she’s for women’s rights but yet she tears down women who are on the right.”
Meghan’s choices on her wedding day seemed to reflect that she's a passionate women’s rights activist and proud feminist.
At the 2017 Miss USA Pageant, Kára McCullough told the audience she considered herself an "equalist" and not a "feminist." One year later, she explains why she stands by that answer.
A tweet telling former first lady Barbara Bush to "rest in peace and power" has been slammed by those critical of her views.
"I wasn't interested in being quote unquote beautiful, maybe because I was told that trying to be that sacrificed your feminism. I was more interested in looking weird for myself," she said.
The writer and body-pride activist, known by legions of faithful readers for her impassioned essays, has become a champion of fat pride — which to her is a feminist issue.
Ever since she burst into national view as an MSNBC commentator, and then host of her own show in 2012, Melissa Harris-Perry has been telling it like it is.
Holmes is the founder of Theranos, a revolutionary blood analysis company. The Securities and Exchange Commission charged her with fraud after an investigation.
“Everyone has a right to their own opinion, and I’d like to make it clear that I wore Planned Parenthood [pins] because I was expressing my opinion, not the opinion of my network or my show,” Padma Lakshmi said in response to Twitter backlash.
The pro-choice actress didn't let a fan's differing view on abortion stop her from reaching into her wallet for an important cause.
Yahoo Lifestyle is spotlighting under-the-radar female designers, companies, and products whose proceeds benefit women's causes, such as #TimesUp, Planned Parenthood, and She Should Run.
Lambb, short for "Look at My Black Beauty," was created by two sisters, Naomi and Cauline Grant, with a mission to redefine images of people of color in media.
In March, we celebrate Women’s History Month by examining how far the movement for women’s rights has come and how far it still has to go, plus the varying ideas about what “progress” means to different people. And in the midst of various woman-focused protests and conventions, and the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements, the word “feminism” has evolved to mean an array of different things to different people. The simplest definition, pulled straight from the dictionary, is “the advocacy of women’s rights on the basis of the equality of the sexes.” We asked Yahoo readers from across the nation to weigh in with their own understandings of the term. To see what they said, watch the video above.
The first lady and her stepdaughter Ivanka are being called out for celebrating Women's History Month when doubts have been raised about their own support of women.
During Milan Fashion Week, Gucci staged a spectacular yet peculiar fashion show that included "cyborg" models — which, upon a deeper look, possessed an underlying, metaphorical feminist message.
Anchors from WGN-TV questioned Hoda Katebi on her Iranian-American identity. Katebi, who went on the show to discuss her work dealing with the intersectionality of fashion and activism, as well as her photography book Tehran Streetstyle, was instead asked questions with Islamophobic overtones. What are your thoughts?” Katebi was asked by WGN-TV anchor Robin Baumgarten.
Katie Roiphe, who achieved notoriety in the ’90s when she broke onto the literary scene and offered criticisms of modern-day feminism, published an essay in "Harper's" magazine outlining how radical feminists of the #MeToo movement are similar to Trump devotees. Here's what you need to know about her.
During Paris Fashion Week, Dior creative director Maria Grazia Chiuri unveiled her second feminist T-shirt with the slogan “Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists?”
Wearing next to nothing, Amber Rose made the focal point of her Instagram pic her uncovered pubic hair on full display for the world to see.