Sex educator Luna Matatas trademarked the phrase on Cara Delevingne's Met Gala outfit in 2015.
"Too political" or "not political enough?" It seems Queen B can't win.
The story of Reese Witherspoon's Elle Woods nailed a lot about careers but totally failed on a few key points.
Experts unpack this often mocked trend of the early aughts and its history.
Most people have no idea that before I became a lawyer turned feminist writer and activist, I was a Hooters Girl.
The PM's press secretary Allegra Stratton also suggested cabinet reshuffle would see more women promoted.
He mused: "Why have a minister for women but not one for men?"
The world's first memorial to the "mother of feminism" has been unveiled in north London – but she's not even featured in it.
Hosted by Yinka Bokinni, feminism and masculinity are explored in this episode of ‘Black Voices HuffPost UK’, with Dope Black Mums Endy Mckay, and filmmaker, theatre maker and writer Topher Campbell.
In an interview with feminist icon Gloria Steinam, Markle discussed Harry owning his feminism.
Michelle Obama, Greta Thunberg, Emma Watson and Nancy Pelosi shared what the day means to them.
I met you on a bench and only know your first name – but our chats are the highlight of my week.
Knowing someone else in my Indian family was out there, in a relationship with a woman, has meant the world to me.
You've never diluted your true essence or your power of expression. So, why should I?
From protecting women's reproductive rights to being an LGBTQ+ ally, here's how you can help.
Throughout the mid-20th century, groups of women around the world were fighting for change. In what came to form the Women’s Liberation Movement, women united to demand equal pay, equal opportunities, and free contraception, abortion and childcare. These demands were read out at the first ever National Women’s Conference in 1970. We spoke to Juliet Mitchell, one of the organisers of the conference, to hear what it was like to be part of a pivotal moment of women’s history.
Women have been taking to the streets for hundreds of years in the fight for liberation and equality. From the Women’s March in Versailles in 1789, through the Suffragette and Women’s Liberation Movements, to the global Women’s Marches of 2017, we take a look back through history at the times women have marched for change.
It’s forced me to get comfortable with being uncomfortable, unpopular and unliked ... while wondering whether my family might suffer for my decision, writes Ashley Jordan.
We have always been stronger than the bully boys, our voices won’t be silenced and we won’t stop taking the actions needed for women’s collective empowerment, writes Rebecca Long-Bailey.
Inspired by Gavin & Stacey's Nessa to ditch the razor in January? Here's all you need to know.