Ingrid Michaelson talks about her new album "Lights Out," her latest gender-bending music video and feminism.
As the music industry progresses to include a wider array of sexuality and gender expression, Michaelson's video will become the new normal.
Neshat was honored in Davos with a Crystal Award, given to artists who contribute to improving the state of the world.
A White House task force's mandate mirrors the efforts already underway by survivors of campus rapes.
A recently published study suggests women are much more modest than men when it comes to bragging about themselves.
For all the public outrage over the racial insensitivity on the part of celebrities, less is said about the day-to-day effects of modern injustice.
At every chapter of my life, I have been made to feel like the other. So much so that I have conditioned myself to feel most comfortable when I am standing alone as the sole Asian.
Excluding the parties involved, no one knows exactly what happened on December 7, 2012. To joke about that uncertainty is like laughing at a punchline before you've heard the setup.
Has Rep. John Boehner killed immigration reform? Not if Democrat senators and congresswomen have anything to say about it.
She The People sat down with feminism activist Gloria Steinem, a 2013 Presidential Medal of Freedom recipient.