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Samantha Schmidt is a reporter focused on gender and family issues for The Washington Post. She previously worked on The Post's Morning Mix team, and as a reporting fellow for the New York Times.
"They" now has a fourth definition in the dictionary — "used to refer to a single person whose gender identity is nonbinary."
Advocates are handing out condoms, giving advice and providing housing to a vulnerable population.
As the new school year begins, Scout leaders on the ground are vying for the future of an organization facing threats from all sides.
"I need to be as helpful and available as possible to my wife in these early months of raising Kensli and Marli," Chance the Rapper wrote.
The photo exhibition "Swedish Dads" is on display at the Embassy of Sweden in D.C., and aims to show the effects of Sweden's generous parental leave system.
A new report from the National Women’s Law Center rated D.C. public and charter high schools based on the strictness of their dress code policies.
The “J-Lo of jurisprudence” is greeted by a crowd of thousands at the National Book Festival, including students who camped out for hours to see her.
The Washington Nationals apologized for the incident, saying mothers have a right to breastfeed in the nursing lounge or in the stands.
Many queer couples feel that the way others perceive their relationship is at odds with who they really are.
"Do you want to have a drink with me?” Kwame Anderson asked. The man paused.