Hi, readers! When I think about therapy, I feel overwhelmed. What’s the difference between a psychiatrist and a counselor? And if I’ve never gone to either, how do I know where to start? That’s precisely why HuffPost launched its global therapy series.  “There are so many different types of therapy,”Read More →

The new leader of Time’s Up, the prolific anti-sexual misconduct organization with star-studded backers, is demanding that NBCUniversal break all of its nondisclosure agreements the company has with former employees who have been sexually harassed.  Tina Tchen, the organization’s incoming president and CEO, also urged NBCUniversal to launch an independentRead More →

In the New York Military Academy’s 1964 yearbook, there is a striking photo of a young man with a young woman by his side. He stares smugly into the camera under the caption “Ladies Man.”  This young man would go on to become president of the United States. “The youngRead More →

Central Park has 23 statues of men who left their mark in history but not a single one honoring the accomplishments of a woman. That will change after a city commission voted Monday to erect a monument depicting three pioneers in the fight for women’s rights: Susan B. Anthony, ElizabethRead More →

Ava DuVernay is one of Glamour’s 2019 Women of the Year. The online magazine recognized the award-winning director as a “trailblazer.” DuVernay, whose Netflix limited series “When They See Us” told the stories of five Black and Latino men who were wrongly convicted of a brutal crime in New York’sRead More →

Women’s National Basketball Association star Skylar Diggins-Smith  revealed Saturday that she played an entire season for the Dallas Wings while pregnant. And she’s furious the WNBA didn’t support her this year when she took two months off in the spring for post-partum depression, Diggins-Smith expressed in a series of tweets. Diggins-Smith,Read More →